NO FEE IF DIRECT! Brokers can collect their own fee!!!
This charming flat features 9.5 ft. ceilings, hardwood floors & two quiet exposures. Its gets some morning sun.
Kitchen: Renovated efficiency style for the busy urban types that can comfortably deemphasize the size of their kitchens. This kitchen features GE Monogram/Profile high end stainless steel appliances, granite countertop, tile backsplash & waterfall style faucet.
Bathroom: Oversized with two large windows, large cast iron tub & waterfall style faucet.
Closet/dressing room: One enormous oversized closet that doubles nicely as a dressing room.
Before you contact Barkoff Residential for questions or access, please note the following:
***Guarantors are fine.
***No dogs are permitted.
***No shares/No smokers.
***Please make sure you and/or your client view the professional media we have put together for this offering which includes video, 3D Virtual Tour, digital pics & a floorplan.
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***It can be delivered with the furniture you see here in the media, partial or unfurnished. You just advise us what works best for you.
***Occupancy is immediate-Aug 1st subject to approval.
Disclaimer: Two of the four owners are real estate brokers.
Bldg Amenities: Gorgeous prewar elevator building with two modern passenger elevators, resident superintendent, modern laundry room & CyberDoorman remote security service.
The Swannanoa is a 10-story Neo-Renaissance apartment building designed by a prolific designer of residential buildings whose name is generally associated with single-family row houses. The building was originally planned with 40 apartments, four on each floor. Its most imposing feature is the two-story base with granite pilasters and projecting portico supported by four granite columns. Above the portico are seven-story rounded bays, undoubtedly designed to provide residents with views toward nearby Union Square. The brick-faced upper floors are extensively ornamented with Terra- Cotta, including foliate detail, Cartouches, Lion heads, and Dolphins. Designed by Renowned Architect: Gilbert A. Schellinger 1898-1900.