450 W END Avenue Unit: 10A
450 W END Avenue Unit: 10A, New York, NY 10024
Experience new age elegance meets old world grandeur in this stunning oversized classic seven-room home situated on West 82nd street and West End Avenue, in the heart of the Upper West Side. This high-floor corner home boasts an exceptionally spacious layout of nearly 2,500 square feet with three oversized bedrooms, three-and-a-half-bathrooms, a grand formal dining room, a separate den, and a large chef's kitchen with laundry area and home office. The sprawling floorplan offers the ultimate flexibility for comfortable living, entertaining guests, and working from home.
Upon entering the architecturally significant gallery you are greeted by a breathtaking 27'4" by 15'10" grand living room featuring 9-foot high-beamed ceilings, original oak herringbone floors in excellent condition, ornate baseboard and decorative wall moldings, an original 1920's decorative fireplace, and brilliant light throughout the day. The formal dining room/sizeable den flows seamlessly off the gallery and offers open sky and city views, a perfect space for hosting dinner parties, or a den with formal dining. The windowed chef's kitchen is fully equipped with stainless steel appliances including a Viking range, wine fridge, and is complete with a large pantry and Miele washer and dryer.
The rare primary corner bedroom is flooded with light including a peak of the Hudson River, and features en-suite windowed bathroom and two walk-in closets. There is also a king-sized second bedroom with an en-suite windowed bathroom and two walk-in closets, and a third bedroom that can easily function as a guest suite with an en-suite bathroom and two large closets. While every bedroom comes with remarkable closet space, there are also three large hallway closets and a private storage cage in the basement that is included with the sale.
450 West End Avenue is a pre-war, luxury cooperative building with 19 Stories and only 56 homes. It was designed by the renowned architectural duo of Russell M. Boak and Hyman F. Paris, who were students of the famed Emery Roth. The building was constructed in 1928 and is considered one of West End Avenue's most treasured buildings, known for its exceptionally large homes and exceptional service. The building features a full range of amenities, including a 24-hour doorman, a live-in superintendent, bike room, laundry room, private deeded storage, and a beautifully renovated roof deck with stunning views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline. Pets are welcomed and pied-a-terres are considered with board approval. There is no flip tax.
Located in the heart of the landmarked Upper West Side Historic District, this location offers the utmost convenience to iconic stores like Zabars, Fairway, and Citerella, as well as fine eateries. There is easy access to world-class cultural institutions such as Lincoln Center, Beacon Theatre, and the American Museum of Natural History, Central Park, and Riverside Park. Transportation is easily accessible via the 1 train on 79th and Broadway, the 79th Street crosstown bus, or the West Side highway.