A Welcoming Two-Bedroom Retreat!
Seize the opportunity for a warm and welcoming two-bedroom co-op at NaBors Apartments. The renovated charmer in Manhattan’s Ft. George neighborhood will feel like an old friend from the moment you walk through the door. Tons of natural light, honey-toned hardwood floors and a classic layout serve as an invite to explore further.
A galley kitchen off the hallway has been nicely opened up, with the addition of a breakfast bar. White granite counters, plenty of cabinet space, stainless steel appliances and white brick tile backsplashes make this a great place to get creative with your cooking. There’s also a kitchen window, overhead fan and a stainless steel hood over the range.
The living area with its huge windows and track lighting offers an abundance of space for dining, relaxing and entertaining friends. Private quarters include a spacious primary bedroom with two closets, an overhead fan, two sets of windows and leafy treetop views. The secondary bedroom has an optional Murphy Bed, large closet, as well as windows overlooking the courtyard. The super-cute bathroom has tile flooring, a deep-soaking tub and shower combo, a white granite vanity top and stunning two-tone wall tiles.
With high ceilings, lots of closets and a homey atmosphere, this is the kind of city home that will make you want to lounge inside all day. The popular postmodern complex also has a great fitness center, a community room, on-site laundry, attentive staff, bike storage and a parking garage. Extra bonus points for the interior courtyard with plants and flowers, a children’s playground, plus a roof deck and container garden with landscaped areas and a dining pergola.
31 Nagle Ave is across the street from a thriving Y with community events, kitchen, fitness center, indoor basketball and outdoor athletic field. Just around the corner is Fort Tyron Park with its trails, Hudson River views and The Cloisters. Also nearby is Inwood Hill Park with Manhattan’s last natural forest and salt marsh. In addition to green reprieves and fall colors, the neighborhood boasts a panoply of urban delights with delis, diners, boutique shops and Saturday farm fresh adventures at the Inwood Greenmarket. While NaBors has parking, there’s also multiple subways within easy strolling distance, including the 190th Street station on the A line and the 191st Street station on the 1 train.