Never available, one-of-a-kind home with endless river views and unlimited potential! This oversized one bedroom with two baths and home office area with DIRECT RIVER VIEWS from all rooms is bathed in light from sunrise to sunset. Looking North, South, and West, you will be captivated by views from the Midtown skyline to the George Washington Bridge, over Riverside Park and the Hudson River. Perched high on the twentieth floor of the famed Master Apartment Building, currently highlighted in "New York Magazine" for its historical details and artistic pedigree, this stunning home has an expansive layout for living, dining, working, and entertaining. Original cork floors, high beamed ceilings, and solid wood doors exemplify the pre-war beauty of this one-of-a-kind combination of two generously proportioned side-by-side studios. The nearly 16' x 19' living room wastes no space in providing ample areas for a variety of uses and sits side by side with the bedroom suite. As a pied-a-terre, the working kitchenette provides all you need for impromptu visits to New York City. However, there are excellent opportunities to expand the kitchen. The apartment features two full iconic black and white tiled baths with pedestal sinks - including one with corner windows which offers the possibility of a luxurious spa bath with wraparound river, city, and park views-either of which could be converted to a chef's dream kitchen. Alternatively, the corner bathroom could be converted to the most serene reading room in New York! Separated from the living room by pocket doors which add an airiness rarely found in pre-war homes, the nearly twenty-foot-long bedroom suite has its own bath, three closets. It easily fits a king-sized bed with room to spare for a windowed sitting area. The Master Apartments is a full-service, landmarked Art Deco cooperative that allows pets, pied-a-terres, parent purchases. After full-time residency for a year, owners can sublet for four out of six years. Built in 1929 and converted to a cooperative in 1988, this perfectly maintained building features a 24-hour concierge and video security, package room, live-in resident manager, porters and engineers, and restored lobby, hallways, and laundry room. At the entrance to Riverside Park, this grand building also offers bike storage, storage bins for rent (waitlist), and high-speed elevators. Designed by prolific Art Deco architect Harvey Wiley Corbett in 1929 (notable for his contributions to Rockefeller Center, the Metropolitan Life North Building, and 1 Fifth Avenue) the Master Apartments was inducted into the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. The Masters began as an artistic community led by renowned Russian emigre, painter, and philosopher Nicholas Roerich. The monumental lobby maintains the artistic traditions by hosting exhibits of local artists. This stately cooperative remains the tallest building on Riverside Drive. From 1961 to 1979 the ground floor commercial space housed the award-winning Equity Library Theater on whose stage illustrious actors such as Sidney Poitier, Jason Robards, and Jean Stapleton entertained audiences. Located at 103rd Street and Riverside Drive, it is an easy commute to Columbia University and the subway, just one and a half blocks away, makes commuting a breeze. In this wonderful neighborhood, the park beckons as do the exquisite restaurants, grocery stores, and services that abound!