This is not your typical one bedroom/convertible apartment. Construction of this building began before the war, then the building stopped and after the war they completed it in the 40’s. The size and the layout of the apartment is exceptional. It is sunny and has north and east exposure. It is sunny with open park views. The apartment has the original prewar details such as: handsome wood panel floors, entry foyer, windows in each room, floor to ceiling closets and the traditional archways. It has been renovated and updated.
The windowed pass through kitchen still has the door, however it is not used. There are stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, granite counters and wooden cabinets and ample counter space and storage. The office/den/bedroom has a window with a open city view. The oversized main bedroom has double windows and double closets. Of course, the living room separates it from the den/office/bedroom. What is better than a windowed bathroom that has prewar details and modern utilities and fixtures.
Located in a setback 1940’s building with Roses and flora in the front. The entry pathway to the building has Italian hand laid stone and is surrounded by seasonal flora, trees, greenery and a Zen fountain is at the end. The building’s entrance was recently renovated. It has an intercom, art deco lobby with stone floors, fireplace, windows and a stone staircase that ascends to the top floor. There is a laundry in the building, separate service entrance and individual storage. No dogs please but cats are welcome. The building allows 90% financing.
You are centrally located with easy access to the #1 subway, Charter School, JFK High School, Elementary School. Riverdale, Johnson Avenue and Broadway shopping streets, parks, gyms, Starbucks, fast food and trendy restaurants, bus stops for the Jitney to the Metro North, MTA local and express buses are right at your door. Within five minutes you can take a bus or car to Manhattan College, Riverdale Country, Fieldston and Marymount.