A south-facing prewar co-op nestled a block away from Riverside Park, this
2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home blends a collection of unique retro details with a
thoughtful layout that maximizes living and bedroom space. Features of the
apartment include original herringbone hardwood floors, airy 9-ft ceilings,
built-in closets and shelving, and an in-unit washer/dryer. It is suited both
for those wanting a unique living experience or those looking to create their
own Upper West Side sanctuary.
Beyond a functional entryway foyer the home flows into a 28-ft long living and
dining space. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining area and is equipped with
a separate service entrance, a convenient pass-through, a breakfast bar, and a
suite of high-end appliances from Sub-Zero and Thermador.
The spacious master bedroom possesses several built-in closets, a large
dressing area, and a windowed en-suite bathroom with double sinks and a huge
soaking tub. The second bedroom has its own closet and sits across from a
windowed full bathroom.
440 West End Ave is a prewar co-op designed by famed architects Schwartz &
Gross, offering residents a full-time doorman, a live-in super, a common
rooftop deck, a children’s playroom, bicycle storage, and storage bins. The
building is just steps from all the restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops that
line Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, and is close to Riverside Park, Central
Park, and the American Museum of Natural History. Nearby subway lines include
the 1/C/B. Pets are welcome.