Ignore this home and miss out on the opportunity to create your dream home. Built in 1886, and measuring 29' X 40' this corner Flemish Renaissance Revival red brick townhouse, is one of eight rowhouses that have captured Upper West Siders' imagination for decades. Designed by famed architect Frederic B. White, it is situated within the West End Avenue Collegiate Landmark District. It now awaits a new owner's personal vision of how this 4500+ square feet space will look for coming generations! This four-story home, currently two units but DELIVERED VACANT, can easily be reconfigured into a single family mansion. Its prestigious and convenient location, along with the distinctive layout, makes this a clear "one-of-a-kind" house. The gabled rooftop at the corner of West End Avenue and 78 Street is particularly noteworthy. Located one block from Riverside Park and only a few blocks from Zabars, Citarella, Fairway and Trader Joe's a "foodie" cannot ask for more. The Collegiate Church and school are diagonally across West End Avenue and Yeshiva Ketana is just a few blocks north on W. 89th Street. Take advantage of numerous UWS restaurants, eateries and shopping. It also offers easy access to the north/south Broadway subway line and the 104 bus as well as the crosstown 79th Street bus.