- Address: New York
- Price: $229,000
- Property type: Co-Op
- Bedrooms: 1
- Bathrooms: 1
- Category: Sold
This lovely one bedroom apartment is quiet and feels like a home. It has a view of the trees from the bedroom and the living room. This spacious apartment has been renovated, but the prewar details have been preserved. It has the original arches, handsomely refurbished wood panel floors, high ceilings, set back shelves, windows in each room, floor to ceiling closets and entry foyer. The entry foyer has two closets and a setback shelf. The windowed kitchen has wooden cabinets, nice appliances, ample counter space and great storage. Adjacent to the kitchen is a separate and gracious dining area. The large living room has two windows. The hallway between the windowed tiled bathroom and the master bedroom has a large closet. The over sized bedroom has four windows and a large closet. A full bedroom set with a king size bed fits comfortably into this space.
This 1940′s elevator building was featured on HGTV’s “House Hunter’s”. They began construction on this building before the war and finished after the war. It has an art deco lobby with stone floors and staircase. The building is setback and has a hand laid Italian brick walkway/path that is surrounded by flora and a Zen fountain. It has an intercom, laundry, individual storage, wheelchair access and a live-in-super and an assistant super. The building welcomes dogs under 25 pounds.
You are within walking distance to the #1 subway, Riverdale, Johnson and Broadway shopping streets, Bally’s, Bus stops for the Jitney to the Metro North, local and express buses, library, parks, elementary school and a charter School that is under construction. You can walk to Starbucks, Yoburger, Subway, ethnic restaurants, trendy restaurants, deli’s, fresh fruit and vegetable markets etc. It is easy to walk to Manhattan College and you are less than 5 minutes by car or bus to Horace Mann.