Building & Unit Features
Eat In Kitchen
Laundry In Unit
Walk In Closet
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NO FEE.....One of the best Prewar buildings on the UWS. Stunning 4 BR apartment 3 Baths. Huge entry foyer, beautifully proportioned rooms. Fabulous eat-in kitchen as well as an enormous Formal Dining Room. All BR's are a good size. Hardwood floors, beautiful bathrooms. Windows all around. Great light. Full service - pre-war rental bulding on the Gold Coast of West End Avenue. A rare find!
Unit & Building Features
Cats and Dogs Accepted
The Upper West Side is known for its bustling high-end life, and highly luxurious residences. 575 West End Avenue, a renovated prewar Manhattan rental building near the Hudson River, is certainly an example of both. This luxury residential building stands 13 stories high, and boasts 54 apartments for rent that come with fashionable prewar decorative sensibilities and all modern conveniences. The intertwining of these two periods make 575 West End Avenue the best of both worlds for New Yorkers serious about where they live. Amenities are also plentiful, and right outside, residents have access to much of what makes New York the metropolis it is.
Each room in 575 West End Avenue has been renovated for modern living conditions, though each retains some of its original detailing. The kitchens are top of the line chef’s kitchens, that come fully equipped with state-of-the-art appliances. The bathrooms come with marble bathtubs. Each room has oak doorways and moldings, custom lighting, and high ceilings. And many of the rooms have their own washers and dryers, and windowed kitchens.
Amenities in 575 West End Avenue give residential life just an extra pinch of comfort. A doorman is on hand to greet residents as they go in and out of the building. A laundry room is available in the building, and for animal lovers, the building welcomes all pets. But these amenities don’t even scratch the surface of what is readily available to residents of 575 West End Avenue. Right outside is the scenic Hudson River, and just blocks away is Central Park, where residents are greeted by the Jackie Onassis Reservoir. Sailors and Soldiers Monument is also just footsteps away, as are countless bars, shops, and places to eat, including Manhattan’s famous Carmine’s Restaurant. Residents of 575 West End Avenue get all that and more, and should have no reason not to be satisfied with the place they’ve chosen to live.