230 West End Avenue, 17EF

Lincoln Square   |   West 70th Street & West 71st Street

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Co-op [Full-Time Doorman]
$ 1,295,000 [ 13.38% | $ 200,000 ]
Rooms 5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 3,213
Financing Allowed 75%
Listing ID: 1833000

Property Description

Apartment 17EF at 230 West End Avenue is a sun-filled, two-bedroom, two bathroom prewar home (that can easily accommodate three bedrooms) 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 three exposures the home showcases open city views from nearly every room and offers abundant natural light throughout. The well-proportioned layout presents an open formal expanse with a very spacious and bright side-by-side open living room and formal dining room, as well as a windowed kitchen with butlerÂ’s pantry, a large entry foyer and a separate residentÂ’s wing with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The apartment is filled with pretty old-world elements including hardwood floors (herringbone in the formal expanse), crown moldings, French doors, pocket doors, built-in dining hutch and door transoms. There is very generous closet storage throughout the apartment. The kitchen is extremely bright with a grand south-facing picture window with open city views. There is plentiful cabinet storage with brand new countertops, as well as a dishwasher, Sub Zero freezer drawers and an adjacent butlerÂ’s pantry currently providing a refrigerator and a wine refrigerator. Two entrances provide a wonderful ease in entertaining to the open formal expanse. Both bedrooms are bright with open exposures and two closets. The primary bedroom features a very large walk-in closet and en-suite renovated bath with marble surfaces including basket-weave floors, new fixtures and a pedestal sink. The second bathroom is adjacent to the second bedroom and is in great original condition. This wonderful combination layout offers gracious living with wonderful open views and light in an excellent building in an ideal Upper West Side location. 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. Through-the-wall air conditioning is allowed in the building. Pieds-a-terre are permitted. Sorry, no pets.
Apartment 17EF at 230 West End Avenue is a sun-filled, two-bedroom, two bathroom prewar home (that can easily accommodate three bedrooms) 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 three exposures the home showcases open city views from nearly every room and offers abundant natural light throughout. The well-proportioned layout presents an open formal expanse with a very spacious and bright side-by-side open living room and formal dining room, as well as a windowed kitchen with butlerÂ’s pantry, a large entry foyer and a separate residentÂ’s wing with two bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The apartment is filled with pretty old-world elements including hardwood floors (herringbone in the formal expanse), crown moldings, French doors, pocket doors, built-in dining hutch and door transoms. There is very generous closet storage throughout the apartment. The kitchen is extremely bright with a grand south-facing picture window with open city views. There is plentiful cabinet storage with brand new countertops, as well as a dishwasher, Sub Zero freezer drawers and an adjacent butlerÂ’s pantry currently providing a refrigerator and a wine refrigerator. Two entrances provide a wonderful ease in entertaining to the open formal expanse. Both bedrooms are bright with open exposures and two closets. The primary bedroom features a very large walk-in closet and en-suite renovated bath with marble surfaces including basket-weave floors, new fixtures and a pedestal sink. The second bathroom is adjacent to the second bedroom and is in great original condition. This wonderful combination layout offers gracious living with wonderful open views and light in an excellent building in an ideal Upper West Side location. 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. Through-the-wall air conditioning is allowed in the building. Pieds-a-terre are permitted. Sorry, no pets.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C [Window Units]
230 West End Avenue Lincoln Square New York NY 10023

Building Details [230 West End Avenue]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Full-Time Doorman
Access Attended Elevator
Pet Policy No Pets
Block/Lot 1162/1
Building Type Mid-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1928
Floors/Apts 16/115

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Common Storage
Laundry Rooms

Building Statistics

$ 983 APPSF

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