Asking Price: $7,008,500
Rooms: 4 beds, 3,5 baths
Neighborhood: Upper West Side
Residence 14C is a stunning four bedroom with three and a half bathrooms that features an expansive living/dining room and west-facing, windowed open kitchen. The primary bedroom has its own wing of the home and enjoys an en suite bath plus walk-in closet. The second bedroom with en suite bath faces south. Both the third and fourth bedrooms are side-by-side offering dual exposures. This home is beautifully proportioned offering triple exposure and Hudson River views.
At 393, prewar style meets 21st-Century living. Spacious layouts respect the provenance of the late 1920s while open-plan kitchens provide flexibility. The residences of 393 are a study in proportion and scale designed to inspire.
Custom millwork, white oak chevron floors and restored tray ceilings pay homage to the historic character of the building. In every residence, the interplay of metal and stone adds an understated richness. Select residences enjoy captivating views of the Hudson River.
Kitchens are outfitted with custom cabinetry with fluted glass and handpicked variegated American walnut wood, Naica Quartzite countertops and backsplashes with leathered finishes, a Miele appliance suite, under counter wine storage in select residences and InSinkErator Evolution garbage disposals.
Primary baths feature honed Pacific White Marble, custom white lacquer vanities and Calacatta Black Marble countertops, glass-enclosed frameless walk-in showers and heated floors. Corduroy Deco glazed ceramic wall tiles and Calacatta Gold Marble mosaic floors are found in the secondary baths while powder rooms feature Breccia Capraia Marble slab accent walls and custom light bronze vanities.
All residences offer high-performance, multi-zoned LG VRF cooling with Nest smart thermostats; energy-efficient LED lighting; and Miele or Whirlpool front-load washers and heat pump dryers.
Built in West End Avenue resides in a landmarked district on a classic Upper West Side corner – it is quintessential New York with picturesque architecture on tree-lined streets.
Located at 79th Street and West End Avenue in the West End-Collegiate Historic District, 393 features Collegiate Gothic architectural detailing, intricate antique bronze entry doors and decorative lanterns. Original 1920s details are preserved with an artist’s touch by award-winning CetraRuddy Architecture.
A limestone portal with contemporary glass and bronze marquee leads you to a lobby with Bianco Spino and Grigio Collemandina mosaic floors, lacquered paneling, nickel leaf ceiling and custom bronze and glass art screens inspired by historic architectural details.
With the privacy of an in-house club, 393’s amenity suite is crafted with an artistic touch, each room is thoughtfully designed to feel like an intimate extension of the home. Jewel-tone colors and rich texture are counterbalanced by a lightness in style.
The indoor & outdoor amenity suite includes a Great Room that offers semi-private interconnected spaces; a Club Room for dining and intimate gatherings; a Fitness Room with state-of-the-art equipment and private movement studio; a Cottage Playroom-inspired by an enchanted forest-with a dedicated porch and secret garden away from the city bustle; a lounge with gaming station; private nooks; and private courtyard with landscaped outdoor space.