Owned by celebrated violinist, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, the youngest-ever prize winner in the Walter W. Naumburg International Violin Competition, this bright and sunny over sized classic 6 in a beautiful, full-service West End Avenue prewar cooperative can easily be made into a three bedroom home. This elegant home welcomes you with a huge entry gallery with marvelous art walls, leading to a beautifully balanced living room overlooking West End Avenue. There is an enormous formal dining room with bright corner exposures to the North and West, a well-proportioned corner master bedroom with an en-suite bath, excellent built-ins and Eastern views over the avenue and a Northern window as well, a double-sized second bedroom with two walk-in closets, a large service/third bedroom with an en-suite half-bath and a spacious butler's pantry with a wall of floor-to-ceiling storage leading to a beautifully finished windowed eat-in kitchen. There is magnificent prewar detail throughout, including rich hardwood floors, high ceilings, original moldings and original doors. Washer and dryer allowed. 771 West End Avenue is a beautiful, center-core prewar building built in 1915 and offers its residents a full-time doorman, a live-in resident manager, a glorious landscaped roof deck with panoramic Hudson River views and private storage. It is pet-friendly and just one block from the subway, crosstown and Broadway bus lines, the entrance to the West Side Highway as well as every desired convenience such as wonderful shops and dining and a health club and garage across the street. Subletting is permitted with board approval, no more than three years in any seven-year period.