A RARE, TOP FLOOR CORNER CLASSIC 7
In the same family for over 50 years, this bright and expansive, pre-war corner Classic 7 apartment has the gracious layout of a bygone era. With oversized rooms, high ceilings, large windows and wonderful scale, the apartment's interior potential is just as beautiful as its city and river views.
Upon entering the home, you are welcomed in with an extraordinary central foyer and gallery that connects to the side-by-side living and formal dining rooms. The primary and two secondary bedrooms-all with en-suite bathrooms and massive walk-in closets-as well as the eat-in kitchen, butler's pantry, laundry area and a fourth bedroom/office also connect to the central corridor.
With an estimated 2700 square feet throughout, this rarely available, top floor corner residence offers an incredible opportunity to reimagine the space with more modern functionality. Few pre-war co-operative apartments on the Upper West Side offer such possibilities, not to mention the space and ability to have in-unit laundry and Central A/C installed if one wishes.
With only one to two apartments per elevator landing, 290 West End Avenue is a beautifully maintained, full-service boutique co-op constructed in 1925 with 64 residences. The building is pet friendly with a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, central laundry room, bike room, private storage for each unit and large outdoor common garden/patio.
Recent capital improvements to the building include a renovation of its lobby and plumbing infrastructure, as well as an elevator modernization with upgraded passenger and service elevators.
Ideally situated on West End Avenue and 74th street, between Riverside and Central Parks, you are just off one of the most beautiful streets in Manhattan and have easy access to the 2/3 express and 1/B/C local Subway lines, as well as Lincoln Center, the Beacon Theater and some of the best shopping, caf s and restaurants the Upper West Side has to offer.
Images are virtually staged, and as this is a co-op, the gross square footage included is an estimate; buyers should consult their own designers or architects to confirm.