Massive Duplex with Private Outdoor Space!!
A spacious layout and ideal location come together beautifully at this Harlem duplex. With three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and two levels, the move-in ready residence is a half-block from Morningside Park and one block from Frederick Douglass Boulevard with its exciting restaurants, coffeehouses, and boutique shops.
Entering, you’ll immediately notice the intriguing townhouse ambience. From the foyer, two hallways stretch out at 45-degree angles. A remodeled galley kitchen is accessible from two sides, with a large pass-through for serving and casual meals. Stone counters, plenty of cabinet space, and upscale stainless steel appliances add to the considerable appeal.
The front hallway with its extended row of windows leads past the kitchen to a stylish open living and dining area with tall windows and a gorgeous vintage chandelier pendant lamp. A hallway off the living area leads to the primary bedroom with two large windows, overhead fan/light, and double set of closets with plantation shutters. The ensuite bath has been nicely renovated with a modern vessel sink, designer lighting and fixtures, a deep soaking tub and shower combo.
There are two more bedrooms toward the front end of the apartment, each with overhead fan/lamps plus lots of closet space. An updated full hallway bath includes handsome floor tile, a round vanity mirror, chic lighting, and combo shower/tub.
Floating spiral stairs lead down from the main living area to a MASSIVE fully finished basement with a half bath, tons of open space and hardwood floors. It’s perfect for lounging, gaming, entertaining or guest stay-overs. The final touch is a private walkout to a charming, fenced patio, just right for summer evenings al fresco!
Built in 1900, The Endymion is a classically designed pet-friendly elevator building with a resident super, located on tree-lined West 117th Street. You’ll be strolling distance from Harlem’s “Restaurant Row” and equally close to the 116 Street subway. Columbia University is just on the other side of the picturesque Morningside Park.