Welcome to 409 Edgecombe Avenue. This updated one-bedroom, one-bathroom residence is graciously appointed with matte black, refinished wood flooring throughout, refinished original radiators, and new electrical wiring throughout, including a new panel (a major project that the new owners wont have to be concerned with!)
The windowed kitchen has been thoughtfully renovated from top to bottom, offering high-end appliances, including an integrated Bosch dishwasher, Bertazzoni range, over-the-range microwave, Franke stainless steel sink, and a Summit counter-depth refrigerator. New dark Artistic Tile porcelain flooring is easy to maintain and looks gorgeous. The custom maple cabinetry has been appointed with soft close drawers and stone countertops. The original swing doors between the kitchen, foyer, living and dining rooms feature porthole windows.
The connected living room and dining room flow together naturally. Both rooms feature in-window air conditioning with insulated panels and remote controls. The living room also has elegant Artemede wall sconces that create a lofty feeling. A wall-mounted entertainment system hides all of the pesky wiring away and out of sight.
The pin-drop quiet, large bedroom comfortably fits a king-sized bed with room for dressers and nightstands. The bedroom was recently updated with CityQuiet soundproof windows and new brass door hardware from Rejuvenation Hardware. You can also enjoy the ease of the remote-controlled, in-window air conditioning system with insulated panels.
Residence 4I is also home to the largest bedroom closet in the building, spanning 12 ft with mirrored, soft-close sliding doors and Elfa shelving. Featuring motion sensor interior lighting with plenty of storage and customization options, this closet can hold your entire wardrobe and then some!
The windowed bathroom features a pedestal sink and a reglazed, original tub with a lovely Hansgrohe rain shower. The bathroom has been updated with all new lighting, re-grouted and re-glazed wall tiles, and new brass door hardware from Rejuvenation Hardware.
History lives at 409 Edgecombe, known for housing such luminaries as the famed intellectual W.E.B. Du Bois, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, and artist Aaron Douglas. This building in Sugar Hill has a history as storied as its previous inhabitants.
This HDFC co-op features a part-time attended lobby and laundry room. Uniquely, this building has access to a CSA (community supported agriculture) that delivers fresh produce to the building, where in most cases you would have to go to a collection point in the neighborhood to receive your produce. Located nearby the A, C, B, D and 1 trains, you have a plethora of transit options to get you around the city.