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230 West End Avenue, 17D - Apt. 17D Sold

$995,000

4 Rooms
2 Bedrooms
1 Baths

Type: Coop
Maintenance: $2,472
Down Payment: 25%

Apartment 17D at 230 West End Avenue is a sun-filled, high-floor renovated two-bedroom, one bath, corner prewar home ideally located on a beautiful residential thoroughfare in a prime Upper West Side location one block from Riverside Park. Located on the 17th floor with two exposures the home showcases spectacular open city views from every room, as well as the Hudson River to the west boasting abundant natural light streaming in throughout. The well-proportioned layout presents a spacious and exceptionally, bright living room spanning 23 feet with plenty of space for entertaining and formal dining, as well as a beautifully renovated kitchen open to the dining area all with big west-facing city and River views through oversized windows. Spectacular light shines in and stunning sunsets are guaranteed. The very pretty and functional fully, renovated kitchen features abundant new wood cabinetry, quartz counters, under-cabinet lighting and stainless-steel appliances including Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, Bertazzoni gas range oven and Bosch dishwasher and built-in microwave. There are two large bedrooms, one a corner room with 2 exposures (south and west) and one full bathroom. The apartment offers prewar elements including high ceilings and pristine crown and baseboard moldings. There are new floors throughout. Both bedrooms are exceptionally bright with open exposures and large, walk-in closets each bedroom accessing the bathroom with new vanity. This wonderful and sun-drenched two-bedroom corner homes offers gracious living with fabulous open city and River views and light in an excellent Candela-designed building in an ideal Upper West Side location.230 West End Avenue is an elegant prewar cooperative on West End Avenue between 70th and 71st Street in excellent condition, both physically and financially. Built in 1927, the building was converted to co-op in 1980. The Romanesque Revival style architecture of the 17-story building (+ penthouse) was designed by the venerable architect, Rosario Candela. Candela’s buildings have become some of New York’s most coveted addresses. Amenities include a full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, laundry facilities, bicycle storage, garden/courtyard and storage.

Property Features
  • 0' 0'' ceilings
  • South and West exposures
  • Full city view
  • Full park view
  • Full river view
  • Prewar detail
  • Light - excellent
  • Windows - oversized
  • Modern kitchen
  • Dishwasher
Building Features
  • Central laundry room