Completely gut-renovated three-bedroom, absolute LOWEST maintenance in a prewar elevator building. Rich in prewar detail, fireplace, exposed brick, washer/dryer, high ceilings, three exposures, loft-like with views of gardens, sunny yet oh so quiet, and just a minute to the park too! Unbelievable value for a gut-renovated apartment in an elevator building. Renovated with attention to every detail: custom-made walnut cabinets, stainless steel appliances (including washer/dryer), kitchen floor in gorgeous slate herringbone, black stone countertops, limestone backsplash with handpainted tiles, restored original fireplace, beautifully exposed brick, huge deep Japanese cast iron tub (by Toto), heated towel rack, brilliantly shiny new subway tiles, and custom bathroom bench. More great details: french doors, the transom windows, hardwood floors, and high tin ceiling all lovingly restored to their original glory. Custom made light fixtures and window gates by Rivington School sculptor Linus Corragio. The original Victorian floorplan was retained and has a light and airy feel. Legal three-bedroom with plenty of room for everyone and entertaining!
$306,864 is the max income for a family of one or two.
$358,008 is the max income for a family of three or more people.
Photos cannot convey how this apartment is an artist's sanctuary from the world. Lofty.
This lovely prewar elevator co-op was designed by Stanley M. Holden who also designed the beautiful landmarked 855-861 Caroll Street. Well managed with live-in super. On a block capped by Morningside Park, a fabulous park gem with a lovely pond, well-tended flowering gardens, fitness trails, playgrounds, baseball diamonds, geese, ducks, and more turtles than you can shake a stick at. Central Park is also nearby. Columbia University, the Nicholas Roerich Museum, and the Studio Museum in Harlem. Nearby restaurants include Double Dutch, Friedman's, Flat Top. Massama, Community Food & Juice, and many more. The B and C are 2 and a half blocks away. Pets must be under 15 lbs.