Perched on the 10th floor of The Admaston Condominium, located at 251 West 89th Street, this triple-exposed two bedroom, two bathroom home perfectly combines the luxuries of modern living with the charm of century-old pre-war architecture.
Past a large entryway foyer complete with a pair of closets and a gallery, the home flows into a sun-drenched living room that features oversized windows facing north and east, and showcases several pre-war details that include gorgeous ceiling beams, stately wainscoting, charismatic moldings, and original hardwood floors. Just off the living room lies an enormous eat-in kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a massive cutting board island and a suite of full-size stainless steel appliances including a GE Jennair refrigerator and oven, and a Bosch dishwasher. Adjacent to the kitchen sits a spacious home office that contains a Samsung stacked washer/dryer and a full bathroom with a standing shower.
Both bedrooms occupy the western side of the home. The master bedroom features a pair of cavernous custom closets and a huge, west-facing window through which flows a steady stream of natural light throughout the day. Only slightly smaller than the master, the second bedroom features a pair of large windows exposed to the north and west. Sitting between the bedrooms is an elegant bathroom with plenty of countertop space and a large walk-in shower.
Built in 1910, The Admaston was designed in the Beaux Art style by renowned architects George and Edward Blum. It rises 12 stories and contains 72 units, yet still manages to retain a distinctively intimate feel. The condominium features a full-time doorman, a beautifully landscaped roof deck, a bike room, storage space, a laundry room, and a live-in super. It is within close proximity to Central Park, the Hudson River Greenway, and all the shops and restaurants Broadway has to offer. Nearby subway lines include the 1/2/3/B/C.