Sun-filled, prewar, high-floor, six-room corner apartment with sweeping city views, perfectly positioned in the heart of the Upper West Side. Incredibly low maintenance! The classic two-bedroom plus staff room floor plan offers flexibility and a great flow and scale with oversized windows, high ceilings, a turret-bowed, open corner formal expanse and plenty of prewar charm throughout. Numerous windows provide great cross light and air and showcase lovely open city and treetop views showcased through three exposures. Old world detail includes baseboard moldings, plenty of built-in storage and shelves and a decorative fireplace. The well-proportioned layout includes an open and expansive living room/dining room, renovated windowed open kitchen with washer / dryer, two generous bedrooms with built-in storage, one-and-a-half classic windowed baths, a windowed staff room or home office and an entry foyer.
The windowed kitchen is open to the bright and expansive formal rooms with a large breakfast bar making it an ideal spot for casual dining. Lovely features include granite counters, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless appliances including dishwasher, built-in microwave and Bosch washer/dryer, pendant and recessed lighting and tons of cabinet storage.
This Upper West Side prewar home is abundant in appeal from the superb residential setting a block from Riverside Park, the handsome well-maintained prewar building, incredibly low maintenance, fabulous light and views, well-preserved details and wonderful layout.
839 West End Avenue is a handsome turn-of-the-century 7-story building with 42 apartments. Built in 1901 and originally known as the Creston, the building was designed in the Renaissance Revival style by esteemed architect, George F. Pelham and was converted to co-op in 1990. This pet-friendly building features bicycle storage, laundry facilities, a newly-renovated additional storage room and a live-in superintendent who accepts packages.