Welcome to true Harlem living at its best! A MUST-SEE!! A glorious historic spacious 1-bedroom apartment with a separate office/dining alcove that defines the essence of authentic pre-war architectural charm and deliberate contemporary style.
This spacious, magnificent, and beautifully renovated 1-bedroom apartment contains exquisite original prewar details, hardwood flooring, high ceilings, large size windows, a beautiful stained hallway glass window, and old-world charm at its best it's a true tangible testament to the unparalleled craftsmanship of its age a gem and an oasis of tranquillity. What makes it even better than most 1 bedrooms is that you would be able to convert it into a 1 bedroom with a separate home office (see alternate floor plan). Facing south with breathtaking southern sunlight and thishome is tastefully and meticulously restored through an artist's eye, equipped with a washer/dryer combo, a spacious windowed kitchen with ample closet space.
This lovely apartment is housed in Harlem's very first condo conversion; the coveted landmarked Palm Tree Condominiums a boutique elevator building dating back to 1901 which also offers storage lockers and bike storage available on a first-come basis. Investor Friendly, parents buying for children, co-purchasing and pied-a-terres allowed, and record low monthlies!
Graced with the charm of quintessential prewar architecture at its best the building is set on the most charming block in the historical and Landmarked Mount Morris Park area around the corner from the park and surrounded by beauty on all sides.
Mount Morris Park is the proud host of NYC's only outside amphitheater, a gym, and an outside Olympic-size swimming pool which makes for the perfect hang-out in the summer. The home is ideally located only a couple of blocks from the 2/3 express trains, a few minutes away from the 4/5/6 train as well as the A/B/C/D line, Metro-North, and the express bus to La Guardia Airport. Surrounded by a wide variety of restaurants; Red Rooster, Barawine, Chai Wali, Cherie and Sylvia's, and a quick stroll from Fredrick Douglas Boulevard's restaurant row, this together with Whole Foods located 2 blocks away.