This large NYC apartment is 1,800 sq. ft., includes south, west, and northern exposures, 16 windows (each with Bali top down/bottom up shades), solid wood floors, custom lighting, Bosch washer & dryer and dishwasher, high ceilings, Viking refrigerator/freezer, Bertazonni range and so much more. The very large living room includes South, West and Northern exposures, eight windows, treetop views and plenty of space for living, dining and play. Since the full "down to the studs" gut renovation of the apartment, solid wood, toxin free, built in bookshelves and cabinets were added to complete the room. Two beautiful, original fireplaces with original mantels and ironwork keep the "New York character" in the apartment--no cookie cutter renovations here. The large kitchen with top end appliances includes tons of custom cabinet space for storage; overhead, task, and pendant lighting; and top-of-the-line Bosch and Viking appliances. There is plenty of counter space, a tiled backsplash, and floor to ceiling pantry. Sure to be a favorite feature is the three seat sitting area ideal for breakfast, drinks and chatting with "the chef" in the kitchen. The three full-sized bedrooms (not a closet turned into a bedroom!) all feature southern exposure (and top down/bottom up Bali blackout shades) and plenty of space for any age and stage. The master bedroom has a luxuriously large en-suite bathroom with a glassed in shower. The second full bathroom is also tiled and has a tub for bath time and two (frosted) windows for great ventilation. The powder room is equally as nice as the other two bathrooms and great for guests. Handmade by the same artisan, the hallway is lined with built-in bookcases and cabinets (great for storage), the front hall has plenty of room for a bench, a shoe rack and features both a coat closet and a linen closet. The building also features a live-in super, a part-time doorman, fitness room, private storage with the unit, a bike room and playroom. The building faces historic Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd, is 2 blocks from the 2&3 trains, 4 blocks from the B&C trains, across the street from the M2 bus and 2 blocks from the M3 & M4 buses. It's 2 blocks from Central Park, an easy walk to Columbia University and 1 avenue from Frederick Douglas Boulevard's renowned restaurant row dining.