PRICE IMPROVEMENT.Apt. 3A at 340 Riverside Drive is the epitome of gracious prewar living. At approximately 1,900 SF, and with the perfect corner layout, this spacious Classic Six offers a wealth of opportunity. Maintain its current two-bedroom + maid's room configuration, using the maid's room as a third bedroom or home office, while keeping the formal dining room; or open the kitchen to the dining room, while creating three good-sized bedrooms. The possibilities are endless and we invite you to refer to the alternate floorplans we've provided.The residence enjoys a wonderful orientation with 13 windows, 9 of them south-facing and 4 facing west. The huge living room is highlighted by two large tilt-and-turn windows, offering uninterrupted tree-top views in the summertime, and Hudson River views in the winter. The Master Bedroom features the same tree-top views to the west, and with its corner position it also enjoys a southern exposure. The second bedroom, dining room, eat-in kitchen, and maid's room all have windows facing south onto Duke Ellington Boulevard, as the double-wide West 106th Street is known.There are tons of beautifully maintained original prewar details throughout the apartment, including high 9'3" ceilings, herringbone floors, and an elegant entry foyer. All rooms are generously proportioned.Built in 1926, 340 Riverside Drive is a handsome, coveted cooperative on a vibrant landmarked street. The prime location at Riverside Drive and West 106th Street is complemented by full-service amenities that include 24-hour doorman service, a live-in super, storage lockers, bicycle storage, and a pet-friendly policy. Pieds-a-terre are considered on a case-by-case basis. Right nearby is lovely Riverside Park, Columbia University, excellent shopping, dining and entertainment options, the Broadway bus and #1 subway minutes away.Please contact for a private showing.