INSIDE: Open, modern comfort with pre-war finishes. OUTSIDE: Vibrant neighborhood with great markets (Zabar's, Fairway, Citarella, TJ's), loads of restaurants and entertainment (Lincoln Center, MAD, the Folk Art Museum, to name a few). Or, do your own entertaining in this spacious, quiet studio with foyer, living
room, eat-in kitchen and dressing room (convertible to window seat reading nook, single-bed sleeping area or windowed home office). Beautiful oak parquet flooring graces the living room, as do built-in bookshelves with cabinets and radiator cover which frame the living room's large double window. The kitchen offers a deep storage pantry for non-essentials, in addition to plentiful wood cabinets for daily cooking and dining use. Updated kitchen appliances, including dishwasher and Bertazzoni stove make cooking a joyful even for the most ambitious. The granite countertops and ceramic floor are easy to maintain. In the bathroom, the original finishes have been replicated when fixtures were replaced. Showers are a delight with great water pressure and plenty of hot water. All six of the apartment's windows, with built-in screens, flip
in for easy cleaning. Eastern exposure floods the apartment with sunlight. In the warmer months, the ceiling fans augment and can often replace the ample air conditioning. The radiators have thermostat control for winter comfort. This building is well-maintained with 24-hour laundry room, and bike and bin storage available. If you take the train, it's a block to the 1,2,3 lines or two blocks to the A,B,C, lines. Within one block you'll also find several bus lines: #5, 57, 72, 104, 7 and 11. For the outdoor enthusiast, take the beautiful bike trail along the Hudson River in Riverside Park one block away, or walk less than 3 blocks to magnificent Central Park. Pets welcome!