This exceptional one bedroom apartment has been renovated. It is located in a 1920′s brick six floor brick walk-up-building with intercom, on a residential tree lined street. It is a modern version of the original traditional Railroad apartments. It is a floor through. However, upon entering this long, spacious and sunny apartment, you forget that it is one of the “Grand Dames from the historic 20′s”.
The apartment has the original wood panel floors, but they are in excellent condition and have been refurbished. There are two large and one small window in the long classic living room. The windowed kitchen has been renovated and has wooden cabinets, ample counter space and a granite counter. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining area and the granite dining counter seats two. It works very well as a banquet for refreshments when entertaining.
Behind the lovely custom wood doors are closets. Of course, there are doors that can be closed that separates the common area from the living area, giving you privacy. There is a linen closet in the hall way. The classic windowed bathroom has Art Deco black and white original checkered tiles from the era and it reminds you of the stylish “Roaring Twenties”. One more door…that can remain open or closed. But behind the door is a gracious bedroom with a double floor to ceiling walk-in-closet and double windows. It is quiet because you are in the back of the building.
There is a “chic” florist and printer on the block. You are situated in the center of the Harlem Village, shopping, restaurants, art, entertainment, transportation and culture. The nearby schools are: P.S. 318-M public elementary and Harlem Village Academy Charter-M, public middle school, Frederick Douglas Academy-M,Harlem Village Academy Charter- private Middle School and the private Success Academy Charter.