Postwar Condo Built 1900, Converted 1999 in
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One of West Harlem's few coveted three-bed full-floor homes, this spacious top-floor condo is in immaculate condition, with striking features including multiple skylights (no upstairs neighbors!) and a wood-burning fireplace for real winter coziness. The chef's kitchen boasts high-end appliances; other amenities include oversized LG washer and dryer units (vented), a spa bathtub and an eco-friendly boiler for heat and hot water. The apartment is bathed in natural light from five skylights. A snug home office nook is ideal for those who work from home. This boutique building is in a prime location, a block and a half from storied 125th street and the Apollo Theatre, steps away from the A and D trains (express to Columbus Circle in 8 minutes!); nearby on Lenox Ave are the 2 & 3 trains (as well as the Whole Foods supermarket). A couple of blocks west is sublime Morningside Park. Frederick Douglass Blvd (a.k.a. 8th Avenue / CPW) is Harlem's Restaurant Row, with bars and eateries, nightlife, shopping, and culture. (Nearby gourmet venues include BLVD, Clay, Lido, Maison Harlem, Red Rooster, Sugar Monk and Vinateria). Low common charges; 3-story walk-up to top floor; basement storage and bike room; pets allowed.