Upper West Side, Manhattan, NY, 10023 - United States
260 West End Avenue
IMPORTANT NOTE: The current maintenance of $3185.72 is being lowered for 24 months by the seller via a $685.72 monthly credit paid by the seller for two years. In two years, the building will likely begin receiving income stream from its commercial spaces. This two year maintenance credit will make the monthly maintenance for this home $2500/mo for 24 months.
-Welcome to space. Welcome to location. Welcome to value. This heart-warming pre-war residence is the happy home that stands out for all the right reasons.
-The classic and gracious foyer/gallery elegantly leads to the big, bright living room — an expansive, well-planned space with high beamed ceilings, two windows onto treetops, a dining area, and smart access to the large, windowed, flexible, eat-in kitchen with premium appliances, and good storage/counter space.
-With a two huge bedrooms both boasting generous outfitted closets, and with a mindfully planned, practical, double-wide windowed bath (with separate shower and a spa tub), this feel good residence — with central AC, with good closet space, and with bright treetop views (exposures North, South and East) — is a winsome choice indeed.
-With a prime location that comes with bragging rights, this upgraded classic is sweetly positioned in its well run, full service, Schwartz & Gross designed (circa 1924), pet-friendly, doorman, elevator building with live-in Super, and laundry, bike, and storage rooms.
-Here, your life is conveniently situated within easy reach of Riverside Park and within easy grasp of most every Upper Westside shopping, dining and cultural destination — not to mention a plethora of easy transportation options (Trader Joe's, Fairway, Citerella, Beacon Theatre, Express 2/3, B & C trains, and so much more).
-Contact me for a personal introduction to this sweet mix of good space, prime location, and smart value. Your bright, upgraded beauty (with central ac and extra big bath!) awaits.
(NOTE: Well-run building has a new roof, 2 new elevators, and the building will take ownership of its prized commercial space — and all income from it — in 2020.)