This stunning one bedroom apartment has been renovated and updated. It is sunny, open and it is exceptional. It has eastern exposure and garden views. When you enter this apartment you feel the grandeur. It has the original prewar details. The high ceilings, wainscott, kitchen separate from living area, windows in each room, basket weave wood floors, beamed ceilings and recessed shelving, thick walls, floor to ceiling closets, and it has a generous layout. Located in a setback elevator prewar building designed by Horace Ginsbern, the American architect that designed the first Art Deco building in the Bronx. Heat and hot water included in the maintenance Upon entering the apartment, you have a foyer with a double closet. There is a seating area normal used as a dining room with table and four chairs, however, this area is used as a sitting area with a bench and water fall table. The windowed eat-in-kitchen has been renovated and has modern stainless steel appliances, wooden cabinets, granite counter top and pantry. The upholstered and wood separate breakfast nook seats three. The French door separates it from the common area.
There is the traditional arch that opens up the gracious living room with double windows that has open street and skyline views. There is a floor to ceiling closet in the hall way. The renovated classic white windowed prewar bathroom with original details with white prewar bathroom tiles. The oversized bedroom has three windows, a wall of closets and open skyline and street views/
The setback, building has seasonal roses on trellis that lines the front of the building. The entrance pathway to the building has hand laid Italian bricks. It is surrounded by seasonal flora, trees, plants and at the end on a hill is a understated Zen fountain. The entrance to the building has been renovated within the last few years. The elevator was replaces at that time as well. It has a intercom. The Art Deco stone lobby has a fireplace and a stone period stairwell that ascends to the top floor. There is a laundry in the basement, separate service entrance and a storage room (outside vendor). There is a live-in-super and assistant super.
The bus stops for the Jitney to the Metro North, MTA local and express buses are across the street. The #1 subway is three blocks east of the avenue. The building is adjacent to an intimate and famous park. You are a short distance to the Riverdale, Johnson And Broadway shopping streets, trendy and fast food restaurants, Starbucks, library, indoor and outdoor parking, Manhattan College, JFK H.S., Charter and elementary schools, Riverdale Country, Ethical Culture, Horace Mann and Fieldston.