A semi-private vestibule leads to this sprawling 8-room corner home with west, south and eastern exposures and endless possibilities to create an elegant and spacious apartment with 3 or 4 bedrooms. The apartment’s gracious proportions are apparent from the moment one enters and sees the 26-foot double living room with decorative fireplace and 4 oversized windows onto West End Avenue, providing beautiful western light. Double french doors lead to the wood panelled dining room, also overlooking the avenue. Original inlaid hardwood floors and 9+' ceilings add to the appealing qualities of this special home. Across the hall from the dining room is the pantry and large kitchen. A home office and laundry room—formerly 2 staff rooms—and windowed full bath present the opportunity to create an eat-in kitchen or another bedroom. A hallway with 3 closets, including a large cedar, leads to 3 generously sized bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The primary bedroom wraps the southwest corner of West End Avenue and features a windowed ensuite bath and 2 big closets. There is a second king-sized south and east facing corner bedroom, a windowed hall bath with shower & separate tub and an additional bedroom with windowed en-suite bath. The Clebourne is a full-service prewar co-op at 105th Street and West End Avenue. Completed in 1913 by noted architects Schwartz & Gross, the building is the former location of Isidor and Ida Straus’s mansion. Known for its porte-cochere entrance and beautiful marble lobby, this pet-friendly building is just a block from Riverside Park and offers live-in super, bike room, storage, and roof deck. 75% financing permitted, and please note there is a monthly assessment of $832.65 through December 2021. There is a 2% flip tax paid by the seller. This apartment is available for the first time in The Clebourne’s 108-year history!