As you enter this home, you receive the sensation of a bright, loft-like space at a length of 35 feet. There are 9 large windows and a terrace door in this 900 sq ft home. It looks above the historical Strivers Row built by McKim, Meade & White with open landmarked views. Features of this home include a very large, eat-in kitchen, Poggenpohl cabinetry, four Bosch appliances and lots of Silestone countertop space. Two kitchen walls are finished in Italian subway tile from countertop to ceiling, including the window sills. The bedroom is large, the light is beautiful and all walls painted with Benjamin Moore Aura. Other features include radiant heat tile flooring in the bathroom, washer/dryer concealed behind French doors, an eclectic mix of vintage and modern lighting, lovely large plank wood floors and Smith & Noble custom wooden blinds. Homes in this building with this same floorplan have chosen to add a second bedroom via sliding opaque doors in the living area with great success. There is a virtual doorman to receive packages in the lobby and two bike storage rooms are located in the basement. 204 West 140th Street 5D is just 3 blocks from St Nicholas Park and 6 blocks to the 2, 3, B and C trains. This West Harlem neighborhood has major jazz history; Thelonious Monk practiced his piano in a brownstone next door and Sammy Davis Jr lived at the other end of this block. The view from the terrace is south facing, lots of sky, a huge tree, perfect for a green thumb; peace and quiet abound. Around the corner are the restaurants Pointy Bistro, Rubys Vintage and Row House and a bar named Alibi. Shakti-Barre yoga and barre studio & Harlem Cycle are a few blocks down Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard.