Available for the first time in The Clebourne's 108-year history, apartment 35 is a sprawling eight-room pre-war co-op with west, south and eastern exposures and endless possibilities.
The apartment's gracious proportions are apparent from the moment one enters the foyer via the semi-private elevator vestibule. Those who love entertaining will appreciate the double living room with decorative fireplace and 4 oversized windows looking onto West End Avenue, providing beautiful western light. Double french doors lead to the wood panelled dining room which also overlooks the avenue. Original inlaid hardwood floors and ceiling heights just over 9' add to the appealing qualities of this special home.
Across the hall from the dining room is the pantry and large kitchen. A home office and laundry roomformerly two staff roomsand windowed full bath present the opportunity to customize this space and create an eat-in kitchen or guest room.
A private hallway with 3 closets, including a large cedar, leads to three generously sized bedrooms and three bathrooms. The primary bedroom wraps the southwest corner of West End Avenue and 105th Street and features a windowed ensuite bath and two big closets. There is a second king-sized south and east facing corner bedroom, a windowed hall bath with shower & separate tub and an additional bedroom with windowed en-suite bath.
The Clebourne is a full-service co-op at 105th Street and West End Avenue. Completed in 1913 by noted architects Schwartz & Gross, the building is the former location of Isidor and Ida Straus's mansion. Known for its porte-cochere entrance and beautiful marble lobby, this pet-friendly building is just a block from Riverside Park and offers live-in super, bike room, storage, and roof deck. 75% financing permitted, and please note there is a monthly assessment of $832.65 through December 2021. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the owner.