New York, NY, USA
This mint condition two bedroom, two full bath home has undergone an entire wall-to-wall renovation and is in pristine, move-in condition. It features custom millwork, chef's kitchen, double-sink in the master bath, marble topped bar, built-in speakers, wood-burning fireplace and all electronic wiring hidden for a clean look. When first entering this amazing space, one is greeted by an elegant yet playful entry foyer. This leads to a grand living room with large sunny West facing windows, a built-in bar and a wood-burning fireplace that features a floor-to-ceiling brick hearth. Framing the fireplace are beautifully executed custom built-in bookshelves. Sharing the living room is a perfectly situated dining area. There is also a marble breakfast bar which overlooks a sumptuous chef's kitchen complete with premium stainless-steel appliances including Wolf oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Viking microwave, beautiful and spacious marble counter tops and high-quality wood cabinets. The sellers have spared no expense in creating a beautiful yet functional kitchen. The master bedroom is a quiet sanctuary, with double closets and a large en-suite bathroom with double sinks and glass enclosed shower/tub, Calacatta marble tiles and mosaic floor. There is a linen closet in the bathroom that would be the perfect place to add a washer and dryer, however there is a laundry room on each floor of the building. The spacious second bedroom easily fits a queen size bed with large double closets and has the same pleasant sunny Western brownstone garden views. The beautifully appointed second bath features a custom concrete sink over vanity, bathtub and floor to ceiling marble tile.The Endicott is a full-service building with a 24-hour concierge, live-in building manager, and full-time porters and handyman. Originally built by Charles A. Fuller and designed by Edward Angell in 1898, The Endicott started its Landmarked history as a luxury hotel, featuring an impressive Palm Court, with an amazing glass rotunda that is now the main dining room of the Milling Room restaurant. In the 1940's and 50's The Endicott was home to legendary blues singer Billy Holiday. Situated diagonally across from the Museum of Natural History, residents of this majestic 127-unit co-op have front row seats to The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon staging area. A recent hallway renovation was completed building-wide, along with the repointing and restoration of its unique facade. The Endicott, is situated in the heart of the Upper West Side amidst fashionable boutiques, cafes and is within one block of the B & C subway lines.