Prewar Coop Built 1913 in
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Quintessential Pre-war Upper West Side 2BR/2 Bath Co-op
Pre-war charm abounds in this 2 bedroom 2 bath corner unit co-op in the heart of the Upper West Side. Two wood-burning fire places, gorgeous herringbone floors, soaring 10'9" ceilings, expansive custom millwork, extensive closet space. 246 West End Avenue is a full-service co-operative, built in a grand yet thoughtful style in 1913 by renowned architect J.E.R. Carpenter.
The living room itself is over 400 square feet, with plenty of room for two couches and two chairs, as well as a 60" dining table. Perched twelve floors above West End Avenue, the southern and western exposures provide bright sunlight from its large windows throughout the day. The open kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Viking stove. and a breakfast bar. The ceilings are over 10' tall. The larger bedroom has a wall of built-in shelves around the fireplace and overlooks 71st Street, a quiet block of townhomes. The smaller bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and access to a large closet/storage room. There is also a large front-hall closet, and a linen closet across from the larger bathroom. The building is currently undergoing extensive facade work, so please note that the facade image is from before the work commenced. Facade photos and building architectural information can be found at bit.ly/2W4NxPC
246 West End Avenue is a full-service building with full-time doorman and a live-in super. There is laundry and a gym in the basement. Wonderful shops, services, parks and public transit options abound in the neighborhood.