As you enter this home, your eyes will be immediately drawn to the gorgeous, warm, honey-hued wood floors that flow throughout the unit. Two large closets greet you in the entry area to provide convenient storage and necessary drop spot for everyday items. A spacious, rectangular living area invites you to imagine endless possibilities for décor and use of space. Personalize it to match your lifestyle. Love to entertain? There’s room for a family-sized dining table and a comfortable seating area. Work from home? You’ve got space for a living room and a big office. Make it yours.
To the right of the front door, enter the windowed, eat-in kitchen in classic white, with full-size appliances, a huge double-sink, and plenty of cabinets. Branching off of the living area are two bedrooms situated sensibly on either side of the bathroom. Both bedrooms enjoy light from double windows, closets, and those beautiful hardwood floors. Between the bedrooms, a bright bath features white subway tiles on the walls and inside the shower/tub combo, and charming, blue-button mosaic floor tile.
Current assessment of $28.89/mo. thru September 2022 for the new elevator and permanent assessment of $30.05/mo.
This 2-bedroom is perfectly perched on the line between vibrant city living and the restorative riches of nature. The building and immediate neighborhood offer every convenience for stress-free living. The 6-story elevator building includes a garage, storage, bike room, laundry facilities, and a live-in super, plus the door is wide open to your beloved four-legged friends. Supermarkets, drug stores, dining, cleaners and pet care are all within easy walking distance. Both the A and 1 subway trains are a few blocks away.
Best of all, you’re just a few minutes from glorious Fort Tryon Park! Fort Tryon Park spans 67 acres and includes 8 miles of winding pathways. Here you’ll find the city’s largest garden, incorporating over 500 varieties of plants, trees and shrubs. Also nestled within Fort Tryon Park is The Cloisters, a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art housings its Medieval art collection. Fort Tryon Park is also home to Manhattan’s largest dog run with a gazebo where dog owners can relax and socialize. Even on days when you’re short on time and a visit to the park isn’t possible, you’ll appreciate being welcomed home by the lovely gardens surrounding your building. Private outdoor space for residents affords you fresh air and fortifying sunshine at any moment.