10 WEST END AVENUE
Common Charges: $1,482
Real Estate Taxes: $1,304
Upper West Side
State Of The Art Kitchen
Luxury condo living at its best!
This exquisite, light flooded corner apartment with spectacular views possesses 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and universal high-end finishes. Features of the 1,377 SF home include beautiful 9-ft floor-to-ceiling windows, custom window treatments, an in-unit washer/dryer, and extensive closets throughout. Through a graceful gallery complete with a large custom closet, the home opens into a beaming, open-concept living/dining room & kitchen. The kitchen boasts a south-facing window and is equipped with granite countertops, seamless cabinets and drawers, and top of the line appliances including a Subzero refrigerator, Viking range, Bosch dishwasher, and a built-in wine chiller. Just off the living room/dining room and adjacent to a full bathroom is the second bedroom which features a wall of windows and two large closets. The spacious master bedroom has two large closets including a walk-in, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom containing dual vanity sinks, a glass-enclosed walk-in shower, and separate deep-soaking tub.
Built in 2007, 10 West End Avenue is a luxury, 172-unit condominium in Lincoln Square. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman/concierge, cold storage, a bike room, a 50-foot indoor pool, a custom-designed children’s playroom, and a massive, 2,300 SF fitness center designed by fitness expert Ari Weller. The building is located just 3 blocks west of Columbus Circle and Central Park and is only a short walk from Lincoln Center and the Metropolitan Opera. Nearest subway lines include the A, B, C, and D. Furry Friends are welcome.
440 RIVERSIDE Dr. #85
Seize this rare opportunity to get into the sublime Paterno Building directly across the street from Riverside Park!
This generous one-bedroom is high up off the street in the back of the building creating a sunny and quiet oasis to call home. With high 9'6" ceilings and classic prewar details including beautiful hardwood floors, original moldings, and ample closet space, this property will sell fast.
Designed by Schwartz & Gross in 1909, The Paterno features a unique Porte-Cochère entrance and stunning marble lobby with stained glass ceiling. This full-service co-op maintains low maintenance for the 24-hour doorman, resident manager, bike room, storage, and laundry. As one of the only buildings in the neighborhood not owned by Columbia, The Paterno is Real Estate Gold.
This gem of a property is one block from the 1 train on Broadway and steps away from trendy restaurants, shopping, and the booming economic growth surrounding Columbia University.