Prewar Coop Built 1925 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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You will instantly see the incredible potential of this two bedroom apartment. There's nothing typical or cookie-cutter about this home. A grand entrance greets you in the well-proportioned entry foyer which leads to the living room. Pre-war details shine throughout this apartment - the beamed ceilings, moldings, flooring and layout are all from an age-gone-by but still very much in demand for today's buyers.
The living room and master bedroom face out towards West End Avenue and the second bedroom is surprisingly generous in size.
There are a number of different configurations for this apartment. The half-bath can remain, be converted to a laundry room or incorporated into the master bathroom. It's rare to have a pre-war home with great bones that can be shaped in numerous ways to fit your specific needs.
This apartment has been empty for several months. The images are virtually staged.
Designed in 1924 by Schwartz and Gross, this co-op has an elegant lobby that is befitting of the best apartment houses from that era. There is a live-in super, laundry room, bike room and storage all in the basement.
With Riverside Park down the street and Central Park nearby, 260 West End Avenue offers the best of the Upper West Side. There is easy access to mass transit, several nearby Citibike stations, and of course Trader Joe's is one block away. The co-op is pet friendly.