601 W END Avenue Unit: 3A
This beautifully renovated and sun-filled 5-room corner home offers a well-planned layout with fabulous proportions, sleek modern renovations, beautiful finishes, and pristine prewar details, all within an excellent Emory Roth designed building in a superb Upper West Side location. Three exposures and a corner formal expanse provide lovely natural light and pretty tree-lined block views. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home offers central air conditioning, spacious rooms, generous closet space and flexibility for different lifestyle needs such as plentiful work from home options. The formal expanse includes an oversized, corner living room lined with windows with both eastern and southern exposures, an elegant, windowed formal dining area, a striking renovated kitchen with pass-through to the dining area and large entry foyer. Prewar elements include high-beamed ceilings, pristine crown and baseboard moldings and hardwood floors. Additional modern comforts include fully renovated kitchen and baths, washer and dryer, stainless appliances, and generous storage.
The striking kitchen was fully renovated and was designed to allow light to flow throughout the formal expanse with a pass-through window to the dining area and a large opening to the living room. The highly functional space offers Jenn Air stainless appliances including dishwasher and built-in microwave. The primary suite is spacious and sunny with a large closet, custom built-ins, a dedicated home office and spa-like bath en-suite. Both the second and third bedroom are set off from the formal expanse allowing for privacy with laundry and a renovated full bath.
601 West End Avenue is an elegant 14-story cooperative with only 2 apartments per floor. It was built in 1915 and designed by Emory Roth, one of New York City's most esteemed architects of the era. The building has a full-time superintendent, video security, locked package room and bicycle room. The lobby has recently been fully renovated. Sorry, no dogs.
- 3 BEDS
- 2 FULL BATHS
- 1915 BUILT