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If you’re looking for elegant, gracious living and stand-out finishes, you’ve found them. This 2 BR 1 BA condo in the pre-war Belford building was renovated with style and care. The moment you walk through the door you’re met with a corridor of decorative, raised panel wainscoting, crown molding, high ceilings, and handsome, coffee-colored Armstrong solid wood floors that extend right into the great room. The high-end, classic white wainscoting of the living room is offset by an exposed brick feature wall, and a ceiling fan adds to the unit’s airy feel. Generously sized Okna triple-paned windows flood the entire unit with uplifting daylight.
The kitchen is simply gorgeous. An extra-large breakfast bar overlooks the living room and impresses with stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, a 4-burner induction stove top built seamlessly into the breakfast bar, an oversized stainless steel range hood, a marble backsplash, Caesarstone waterfall quartz countertops, stylish chrome pendant lights, and plentiful soft-close cabinetry and drawers.
Pocket doors lead from the living room into the primary king-size bedroom, letting extra light spill into the heart of the unit. A second bedroom can easily serve as a multi-purpose space and can’t fail to impress with its sleek white built-in desk with coordinating cabinetry above and an expansive desktop. Exposed brick lends additional character to the room.
In the thoughtfully-designed bathroom, marble tile and a herringbone floor provide a clean backdrop for the floating double vanity, wall-mounted toilet, and oversized rain shower with gleaming glass enclosure. The vanity is flanked by chic, modern sconce lighting.
Ethernet cables are concealed inside the walls in the living room and both bedrooms for non-intrusive, easy connection to electronic devices.
The Belford is in the heart of lively Hudson Heights, offering a plethora of shopping and dining options, as well as close proximity to 67-acre Fort Tryon Park, which includes 8 miles of winding pathways, a heather garden, stunning views of the Hudson River, and The Cloisters museum. Both the A and 1 subway lines are within easy walking distance and will carry you to midtown in just 20 minutes.