240 West End Avenue is a rare prewar condominium just recently converted from a rental building in 2009. This elegant mid-sized building was designed by the renowned New York City architect, Rosario Candela in 1925 and has 16 floors and approximately 64 units ranging in size from 1-Bedroom homes to grand-scale full floor residences of 5 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, and just shy of 3500 square feet. The building facade is brick with ornamental stonework and flourishes on the top portion. The newly restored residences preserve the charm of the original architectural style but have reconfigured some floorplans to suit a more modern lifestyle with open, fully equipped chef's kitchens opening to well-proportioned rooms with elegant crown and baseboard moldings, attractive fireplaces, high ceilings, and hardwood floors. 240 West End Avenue adds to the few, coveted prewar condominiums on West End Avenue.
Located in one of the most desirable areas of the Upper West Side, 240 West End Avenue occupies the southeast corner of West End Avenue and 71st Street, one of the only wholly residential Avenues in Manhattan, yet within minutes from Lincoln Center, Riverside Park, and all amenities on Broadway, which include Trader Joes, Citarella, Fairway Market and the list goes on.\
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