At the highest point, ceilings soar to approximately seventeen feet reaching up to wonderous skylights and a loft bedroom. In the main living area loft like ceilings are over eleven feet, which houses large kitchen that opens to the living area, with a separate office that utilizes the ceiling heights for significant storage. A staircase with intricate wood beams connects bathroom and loft sleeping area and more storage space -- awaiting your eye for detail! Once home to a prolific artist, this unique space is ready for your personal touch. The main living area is approximately 531 square feet, and the upstairs loft and bathroom add over two hundred square feet, which is detailed on the floor plan. Rare to find this amount of space for this price and with super low maintenance! Why rent when you can own?
The Master Apartments building is an Art Deco wonder on the corner of Riverside Drive and 103rd Street. The twenty-eight story building is the tallest in the area and houses over three hundred apartments. Commissioned in the late 1920's by the Russian philosopher and artist Nicholaus Roerich, the Architect Harvey Wiley Corbett designed the Master Apartments with classic Art Deco details and many units on high floors have outdoor space and corner windows. The building has full time Concierge, live in management, recently restored grand deco lobby which houses on going art shows. Additionally, there is a large laundry room, bike storage and storage room. Nearby transportation includes the 1 train two blocks away on Broadway. Pets, pied a terres and parental purchasing allowed.
Building Features 28 Floors335 Units
$345,000 / $649 per ft²
Listed on Dec 17, 2020
32 Days on Market
Studio / 1.0 Bath / 531 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $423
Exclusively listed with: The Corcoran Group Source: RLS
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