Prewar Coop Built 1912 in
Upper West Side
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This magnificent home epitomizes Upper West Side penthouse living at its finest; an oasis in the sky surrounded by a spectacular wrap terrace and Manhattan views with the artistic flair of old New York. Perched high atop the 13th floor of the prestigious 610 West End Avenue, PHB features renovated pre-war splendor and approximately 1,325 sq. ft. of private outdoor space with a peek of the Hudson River and open city views. This one-of-a-kind offering rarely comes to market.
13 large picture windows feature sun-drenched exposures in all directions allowing for maximum light to spill into every room. With multiple seating areas on the massive wrap terrace, the penthouse features the perfect entertaining space to enjoy the outdoors year-round. Enjoy cocktails from northeastern corner terrace, candlelit dinners from the southeastern dining terrace, and morning coffee or Zoom calls from the southernmost terrace directly off of the primary bedroom. The indoor/outdoor flow from several rooms is one to be envied. This two-bedroom penthouse offers a level of privacy and space that is truly unique.
The expansive living/dining room features a wood burning fireplace with French doors leading to the centerpiece of this exceptional wrap terrace.
A windowed chef's kitchen is perfect for entertaining with a pass-through breakfast bar, top-of-the-line appliances and abundant storage throughout.
A light-filled corner primary bedroom enjoys southeastern exposures, two large closets and its own private corner terrace. On the other side of the apartment is a secondary bedroom featuring lovely southern light and a chic barn door to maximize space. A windowed bath with a glass stall shower and pedestal sink, and separate washer/dryer complete this special floorplan.
Built in 1911 by George and Edward Blum, 610 West End Avenue is a full-service white glove cooperative; amenities include full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, a beautifully landscaped common roof terrace, bicycle storage and laundry room. A large private storage conveys with this purchase. This prestigious pre-war cooperative is located just one block from Riverside Park in Manhattan's vibrant Upper West Side close to shops, entertainment and express transportation. Dogs allowed with board approval.