This gorgeous, fully renovated two-bedroom, classic five, prewar apartment is flawless and merely awaits its next occupants. Situated on the fourth floor, the home features spectacular sunlight due to eastern and southern exposures. With separate living and dining rooms, the apartment easily converts to a three-bedroom to suit various lifestyles. Assessment of $193.47 from 1/2019 to 12/2019 for Elevator.
The windowed kitchen opens onto the dining room and sports granite countertops, stainless steel Whirlpool and Frigidaire appliances, ceramic backsplash, customized oak cabinetry and even a 24-bottle dual-zone wine fridge. Elegant prewar touches abound throughout the unit, including high ceilings, oak hardwood floors, a windowed porcelain bathroom, wainscoting and baseboard molding. The apartment contains excellent closet space, including a deep hall closet and additional living room storage closet. Double-paned windows insulate the apartment perfectly from sound and the elements.
Erected in 1940, 3117 Broadway features a stunning entryway setback considerably from the street. This well-run cooperative includes a live-in superintendent, voice intercom security system and various amenities not usually seen in co-op buildings, such as a recently refurbished gym, bike room and laundry room. Storage is available for rent. This is also a socially and environmentally conscious community as the building has a compost room as well as a clothing donation room. Subletting, gifting, co-purchasing, parents buying for children and guarantors are all allowed. 90% financing permitted. Morningside Heights has long been considered a stronghold of posh living due to nearby Columbia University, Union Theological Seminary, Teacher’s College and Manhattan School of Music. The location is incredibly convenient, only one block from the 1 train and two blocks from A, B, C, D subway lines.