PHOTOS COMING SOON. High-floor four bedroom, 3.5 baths condo of 3,132 square feet with incredible sunlight and views. This residence has undergone a complete renovation, in which the home's numerous original details--including terrazzo floors, lighting fixtures and hardware, two fire places, wood flooring, molding, paneling and detailing--have all been restored. The home features a grand entry hall, living room with a fire place, formal dining room with another fire place, a chef's kitchen, a library with yet another fire place, and four bedrooms and an oversized laundry room with and a large linen closet. Additional features of this home include: central air conditioning and both cable wiring and fully outfitted closets throughout. The Apthorp was built between 1906 and 1908 for landowner William Waldorf Astor, and converted to condominiums in 2008. Designed by architects Clinton & Russell in the Renaissance Revival style, the building is one of a handful remaining in Manhattan that occupy an entire city block, and boast an interior landscaped courtyard and driveway. The Apthorp is both a city landmark, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This building boasts an extensive staff, including a series of part-time and full-time doormen in both the east and west gatehouses, as well as the four lobby entrances at the respective corners of the building--and a full-time, live-in Superintendent. The recently completed 6,500 square foot amenity suite includes a private spa and fitness center, a yoga /exercise room, a steam room and sauna, and an entertainment suite with a bar and kitchen. A children's playroom is soon to be completed. The Apthorp also offers additional storage rooms for purchase. On-site parking is located on 79th Street between Broadway and West End Avenue. A few short blocks from Central Park, Riverside Park and the Museum of Natural History, it is nestled amongst the many restaurants and boutiques of the Upper West Side, and nearby schools.