- Address: 3015 RIVERDALE AVENUE, #2G, BRONX, NY 10463
- Price: $139,000
- Property type: Co-Op
- Bedrooms: Studio
- Bathrooms: 1
- Maintenance: 339
- Category: Sold
- Outdoor Space: Common Outdoor Space
This sunny studio apartment has an exceptional and spacious layout. It feels like a small one bedroom. It has the original prewar details: high ceilings, handsome wood panel floors, arches, set back shelf and entry foyer. The windowed kitchen has the original white cabinets and ample storage. The living space can be sectioned off to have a sleeping area and a living room space. The windowed bathroom has the original prewar details and there is a dressing area with closet. The entry closet and the closet in the dressing room are floor to ceiling.
Located in a 40′s setback building that construction began before the war and was completed afterwards. The pathway to the building has hand laid Italian brick that is surrounded by seasonal flora, plants and trees with a Zen fountain at the end. The buildings entrance was recently renovated and it has an intercom. There is a Art Deco lobby, voice intercom, stone flooring and a period staircase that ascends to the sixth floor. The lobby elevator was replaced within the last few years. There is a laundry in the basement, service entrance and individual storage. The super lives-in. Dogs are not welcome at this time. The building allows 90% financing. Heat and hot water are included in the maintenance.
Bus stops for the Jitney to the Metro North, MTA Local and Express buses are across the street. The #1 subway is three city blocks east of the avenue. The building is adjacent to the park. You are a short distance to the Riverdale, Johnson and Broadway shopping streets, trendy restaurants, Starbucks, gyms, Riverdale Spa, Riverdale Tennis, out door parking garage across the street and an indoor parking garage on west 231st street, Manhattan College, JFK H.S., charter school and elementary school. There is a five minute drive or bus ride to Manhattan College, Riverdale Country, Ethical Culture,, Horace Mann and Fieldston.