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505 W End Ave #11-CD |Upper West Side
4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Taxes/Maintenance: $6,407
Property type: Coop
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Originally 2 classic 6 apartments, this home has been seamlessly redesigned as the personal residence of a renowned interior decorator. The timeless restoration honors the original 1922 architecture, yet no detail has been overlooked in creating a gracious and comfortable home, with spaces to gather, convene, reflect and escape. The apartment was featured in The New York Social Diary in 2015. Your private elevator landing leads to a central foyer with access to living room, dining room, and wood-paneled library with wet bar, all facing east over West End Avenue. Grand living room may be divided into several more intimate seating areas. Formal dining room generously seats 12+. Prepare feasts for your guests in an enormous windowed chef's kitchen with separate laundry area. Fantastic kitchen with space for cooking together and hosting a full house. You deserve to retreat each night and arise each morning in this jaw-dropping sunny, master suite with two private windowed bathroom/dressing areas each with corner windows. One master bathroom has a steam shower; the other has a jacuzzi tub, both with western facing windows, drawing sunset and river views. There are currently 2 additional bedrooms and a third full marble bathroom with two sinks. This flexible floorplan may be reconfigured to include 4, 5, or even 6 bedrooms. Central air has been installed in other apartments in the building. The building: 505 West End is a prewar co-op with full-time doorman service, live-in super, storage, bike storage and laundry room. Storage transfers with the unit. 505 West End Avenue was built in 1922 with 64 original units; many have been combined. 1% flip tax. Sergei Rachmaninoff lived in 505 West End Avenue from 1926 to 1943. The neighborhood: Ideally located on West End Avenue and West 84th Street in the Riverside-West End Historic District. One block west, Riverside Park offers stately paths for strolling, jogging and biking, playgrounds and basketball courts nearby. One block east, Broadway offers shopping, dining and playing at mainstays like Zabars, Cafe Lalo and the Children's Museum of Manhattan more

Bike Storage
Pets Allowed
Laundry in Building
Washer/Dryer Allowed
Pre-War Building
Full-Time Doorman
Laundry in Unit
Central Air
Bathroom Window
Kitchen Window
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Sale Price
Down Payment
Mortgage Payment:
Common Charges & Taxes: $6,407

Total Monthly Payment:
Mortgage Amount $3,760,000
30 Year Fixed