Prewar excellence! This expansive 1BR with formal dining room can easily be used as a spacious 2BR!
This 2nd floor architecturally beautiful coop apartment has been renovated yet preserved with its traditional prewar charm while blending in lovely subtle contemporary design. Brilliant light streams in from its 3 exposures and 8 oversized windows, with the kitchen, living room and the dining room all facing south. The location of this coveted apartment gives it the best views of the entire internal block-long garden, making it one of the most sought-after apartments. Imagine waking up to all windows facing this garden oasis, hearing birds chirping and looking out at beautiful mature trees. Upon entering, you have a foyer to take off shoes and drop your keys. To your left the windowed kitchen is renovated with new marble countertops, farmhouse sink, refrigerator, stove and subway tile, all while maintaining the original icebox and dumbwaiter to preserve historic charm. Other features include well-maintained windowed bathroom with large tub, all beautifully refinished original wood floors, and tall ceilings. You could easily convert to 2BR's without renovations, all with a meticulous balance and open and airy feel. The tremendously large dining room is right outside your kitchen, and through amazing restored original folding doors is your beautiful living room. The master bedroom on the other side of the apartment is spacious with two windows and large closet.
Hampton Court is a well maintained building with excellent financials and low maintenance. Each apartment gets exclusive private storage. Washer/dryer in basement, plus bike storage! Live-in super too! Close to the main subway hub with the # 7, E, F, M, R lines, Blink Fitness Gym, 2nd Story Pilates+Yoga, Espresso 77, TABLE WINE, recently opened Queensboro Restaurant, and Sunday farmers market off Travers Park. Now open, beautiful Travers Park just underwent an approximately seven million dollar renovation. On your way home, pick up those last minute needs at the gourmet bodega on the corner of 78th Street.