Be sure to see the property video. This home is truly a rare find. It is not often you encounter a meticulously renovated and thoughtfully conceived home in a historic prewar building on a lovely, quiet tree-lined street, right in the heart of, not only, the Upper West Side.but in the heart of the West 70s. This home features a double-wide living room, high ceilings, walnut floors, 8.5' solid core doors with Baldwin handcrafted door knobs, central air-conditioning, a private washer/dryer, Sonos sound system throughout, recessed WAC LED energy efficient lighting, custom Pella double-paned windows and much, much more. The spacious open eat-in-kitchen with open views features a Subzero refrigerator, Viking gas stove, Bosch dishwasher and a 52 bottle Avanti wine refrigerator. The extra-large master bedroom has a walk-in closet to match and a spacious en-bathroom with radiant heated flooring, a gorgeous shower and a soaking tub. All baths are equipped with Kallista's Counterpoint and Bellis series fixtures. Additional privacy is preserved with the presence of a half bath for all guests, which is just off of the commodious entry foyer with an enormous coat closet. This is all in the exquisite Del Monte, built in 1892 and located on the southwest corner of tree-lined West 75th Street and Columbus Avenue. The Del Monte, which was converted to cooperative in 1985, was originally designed as a 7 story Renaissance/Romanesque Revival Style building by architect Gilbert Schellinger. In recent years, the allure of the location coupled with the shareholders efforts to create and maintain the quintessential residence, a growing number of the homes (once subdivided) are being re-combined. The shareholders underwent a renovation of the window-lit hallways and the commodious lobby, staying quite true to its original design, including the Pre-war crown moldings and a restoration of the beautiful and original historic mosaic floor. It is an elevator building with video security, live-in super, porter, bike room and laundry room. There is also some additional storage; however, there is a small waiting list. This intimate building now consists of 50 units and is located in a vibrant neighborhood just a few blocks from Central Park, Riverside Park, Fairway, Citarella, Trader Joes, Zabars, The Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center, the 1,2,3,B & C Subway Lines, cross-town busses, the Sunday Flea Market & Farmer's Market and all of this is along Columbus Avenues varied Shopping District with every boutique you could imagine. Pets, pied-a-terres and guarantors are all considered on a case by case basis.