It's almost as if the pre-war architect of this apartment was prophetic.
It's almost as if he knew that a century later, the city would be filled with cars and buses and bustle and hustle and that this apartment should be shielded from that noise and still flooded with sunlight.
It's almost as if he knew that a century later, residents might need a right-sized home office with huge windows for fresh air and sunshine.
It's almost as if he knew that a century later, residents of smaller apartments would covet the cherished features of Classic 6 and Classic 7 homes on the UWS:
- formal entryways
- hardwood herringbone and plank floors
- beamed ceilings
- generous bedrooms and square living rooms
- baths and kitchens with windows
These are the distinctive characteristics of 760 West End Avenue #14B.
And there's more good news for prospective purchasers: This high-floor co-op is in excellent condition and completely renovated.
The kitchen features custom cabinets with fluted glass, an iridescent mosaic backsplash, granite and quartz surfaces, a wine refrigerator and pull-out pantry, and stainless steel appliances by Bertazzoni, Bosch and Summit.
The bathroom melds glass, porcelain and stone and fixtures by Grohe and Toto.
760 West End Avenue is a quintessential, full-service pre-war co-op, built in 1926 and converted to co-op in 1981. It's an intimate building with a resident superintendent, bike and private storage, and a laundry room.
Pets are welcomed and washers and dryers are permitted with board approval.
If you've been searching for that elusive one bedroom PLUS home office, den or guest bedroom, please reach out for more information or a private appointment to visit.