Manhattans finest classic 7 scores an A+ in every category: enormous rooms, flexible 3 to 4 bedroom floorplan, fabulous eat in chefs kitchen, exceptional move-in condition, brilliant all day sun, best imaginable location, wonderfully well serviced building, stunning prewar detail, soaring ceilings and low maintenance including electricity to name a few. 470 West End Avenue, aka the Belvoir, was designed in 1927 by George H. Pelham, leading architect of luxury apartment houses in Manhattan. Its Renaissance-inspired faade, resplendent lobby illuminated by sunny, leaded glass windows, full-time doorman service and dedicated resident manager and staff make a lasting first impression. From a handsome elevator landing graced by a signature tile floor, one enters the apartments traditional vestibule opening to a central gallery harmoniously flanked by a magnificent living room and large formal dining/family room. This splendid entertainment area is served by a beautifully designed kitchen featuring banquette seating, artisanal cabinetry, sourced stone counters, professional Viking range and vented hood, upscale Verona oven, 2 Sub Zero fridges one for beverages and a Miele dishwasher. Adjacent, there is an office/4th bedroom or staff suite with bath and a vented washer dryer. In a separate bedroom wing reside a brilliant corner master suite with a newly renovated bath, a second master suite also with a beautifully designed bath and a generous 3rd bedroom. Amenities include period white oak parquet flooring, ample windows, myriad closets, beamed ceilings, heavy duty sound proof construction and a grand scale airy ambiance. With its lovely perimeter garden rounding the corner of West End and 83rd Street, the Belvoir is located one block west of Broadway and its diverse restaurants, services, subway and bus lines. The attractions of Zabars and Fairway are minutes away. Beautifully restored, diligently maintained and offering every modern convenience, Apartment 4-A has housed contented inhabitants for almost a century in the Riverside West End Historic District.