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Make this expansive, renovated Classic Seven CONDOMINIUM your new home. Perched on the 10th Floor, this real 4-bedroom, 3-bath home is flooded with light and even boasts peaceful river views to the West.
With 2,165 square feet and generously proportioned rooms and excellent storage, this lovely home showcases a gracious layout from the moment you step inside the ample entry foyer. Enjoy modern comforts like through-the-wall-air conditioning and your own Miele washer and dryer along with restored original details like hardwood herringbone floors, high ceilings and charming moldings throughout.
The side-by-side living room and formal dining room both face East across West End Avenue and create a grand space ideal for entertaining. Be the envy of your NYC friends with a true eat-in kitchen that is both stylish and functional with granite countertops, plentiful storage, and top-of the-line appliances including double ovens and a wine fridge.
The serene master bedroom boasts a deep walk-in closet, ensuite marble bathroom, and stunning sunsets with indirect Hudson River views. Two other bedrooms are corner rooms with excellent light and views and share an adjacent full bathroom. The 4th bedroom is off of the large entry foyer and features an ensuite bath. This bedroom suite is extremely private, quietly removed from the other bedrooms, which would also make it an excellent personal study.
905 West End Avenue is a pet-friendly, stately prewar condominium built in 1917. This full-service building with elegant lobby features a 24-hour doorman, live-in Superintendent, landscaped roof deck with spectacular views, bike room and central laundry. Residents love the close proximity to Riverside Park including the nearby soccer fields, basketball courts, dog runs and skate park as well as the convenience of living 1 block from Broadway with the restaurants, cafes and shops and easy access to the 1 train at 103rd Street.
*There is currently an assessment in the amount of $301.60/month to pay for the replacement of the building's gas risers*