Check all of your boxes with this gut renovated 5br/4ba stunner in the perfect Upper West Side location!
As you enter the foyer of this approximately 2400sf family home, its scale, abundance of natural light and tasteful high-end finishes will become immediately apparent. In front of you is the massive 26′ x 22′ loft-like great room, accented by two sets of oversized east-facing casement windows with views over West End Avenue, pristine new white oak herringbone floors and a HearthCabinet fireplace framed by an attractive Chesney’s mantel. The family room, flooded with sunlight from its corner exposure, sits to the left of the great room and is set apart by custom pocket doors. This room has an en-suite bathroom and large closet, and can easily be used as a fifth bedroom. The sunny Leicht kitchen sports a Gagganeau cooktop, hood and dual wall ovens, an integrated Miele dishwasher, a 48-inch Liebherr refrigerator with bottom freezer drawers, as well as Caesarstone countertops and a Carrara marble backsplash. The countertop extends into the great room, connecting the spaces with a breakfast bar and additional cabinet storage. Off the home’s entrance foyer to the right is the private bedroom wing, which features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, ample closet space, a laundry room and a home office. The large master bedroom features custom outfitted his and her walk-in closets and the gorgeous master bath features a double vanity, a large walk-in shower, marble floors and a private commode cleverly concealed by a pocket door. Abundant private basement storage and bike racks in the building’s bike room will also convey with the unit.
315 West End Avenue is a wonderful pet-friendly boutique co-op with robust financials and low maintenance. The location is one of the best on the Upper West Side recently re-zoned for PS 87 for the school year, this building sits one block to Citarella, Fairway and Riverside Park, and a short walk to Trader Joe’s, Zabar’s, Lincoln Center, Central Park, the 1/2/3 express train station and the restaurants, bars and boutiques that make the West 70s one of the most desirable places to live in the City.