A colossal full-floor condo boasting a dazzling array of custom finishes, this Katherine Newman-designed 7-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom home is a veritable urban palace. Features of this incredible 8,451 sq. ft. masterpiece include a custom elevator landing, intricate hand-painted walls, coffered ceilings, gorgeous city views, white oak flooring, and a huge in-home laundry room with two pairs of washers/dryers.
The main entrance of the home opens into a regal, 30-ft long gallery adorned with a huge coat closet as well as a pair of additional closets. Beyond the gallery the home expands into a 55-ft long living and dining room saturated with northern light. A secluded corner library with a gas fireplace sits just off the living area, while a comfortable family room lies off the dining space. The family room flows into a gargantuan all-white kitchen thatÂ’s been equipped with sleek white countertops, a massive central island, [marble] backsplashes, custom cabinetry, a trio of sinks, a customized butlerÂ’s pantry, and a suite of fully-integrated stainless steel appliances from Viking, Miele, and Sub-Zero.
The rest of the home is occupied by a series of lavish bedrooms. Each of the six secondary bedrooms feature spacious closets and pristine en-suite bathrooms, while the master suite is a paradigm of luxury. The suite boasts an enormous sitting room, a cavernous custom walk-in closet with his-and-her alcoves, and immaculate his-and-her en-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers and in-wall TVs. Additionally, the Â“herÂ” bathroom has a deep soaking tub and an east-facing window.
535 West End Avenue is a luxury pre-war condominium located in the heart of the Upper West Side. The building offers residents a host of high-end amenities that include a 24-hour doorman, garage parking, an indoor swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a billiards and ping pong room, and an entertainment space with an outdoor courtyard. The building is less than a block away from Riverside Park, and has easy access to all the restaurants, bars, shops, and cafes that line Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. The 1 subway line is a block away. Pets are welcome.