A west coast feel on the Upper West Side! This massive home in Lincoln Square was designed by Los Angeles-based designers Patrick Dragonette and Charles Tucker, and comprises more than 3,000 square feet of living space. Set in one of the neighborhood’s most recognizable buildings, One West End, a sculptural glass tower with exterior architecture by Pelli Clarke Pelli, the residence is listed by Maria E. Daou of Coldwell Banker Warburg.
The home features four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in all, totaling 3,055 total square feet. And believe us, it’s been customized down to every square inch — there are custom cabinets, window treatments, closets, light fixtures, a security system, climate control systems, and more.
The kitchen may be the epicenter of it all, with an Italian-made Scavolini kitchen, custom-designed by Jeffrey Beers, complete with marble counters, polished chrome fixtures by Dornbracht, and professional, name-brand appliances from the likes of Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero.
The kitchen is adjacent to the home’s great room, which hugs the corner of the building and offers views of Midtown Manhattan that need to be seen to be believed. Then there’s the primary bedroom, which faces north, and boasts an expansive walk-in closet, along with an en-suite five-piece bathroom, with radiant heated marble floors, limestone walls, marble counters, high-end fixtures, and more. On top of it all, the unit has a laundry room!
The property is, again, located at One West End, a towering glass building that soars above Riverside Center, Atelier Christian de Portzamparc’s master-planned neighborhood enclave. The building is a 42-story work of art, with this particular property perched high on the 38th floor. It’s blocks away from the Hudson River waterfront, Central Park, and many of the Upper West Side’s shops and restaurants.