Apartment 3C is an irresistibly charming studio replete with the pre-war details of its early turn of the century heritage. The entry which also contains a coat closet, leads to a stepdown Living Room with one entire wall of original exposed brick. Beautiful variegated hardwood floors predominate throughout the space, further enhanced by lofty ceilings up to 9.5 feet in height. Warm southern light streams in from the window, illuminating the studio all day in a glow of sunshine. Tall leafy trees lining the quiet block outside are eminently visible and make the interior feel cozy and sheltered. There is a pristine open kitchen with new appliances, including a mounted microwave, white cabinetry, and a mirrored backsplash. The floor is composed of vintage black and white tile. The renovated bathroom is a combination of off-white gleaming marble with a white porcelain tub/shower and a sink with vanity, as well as additional shelving. Another closet is also part of the home's main space.
The apartment maintains a certain uniqueness both from its prewar individuality and its enclosure in a boutique style building. Residents also share a lush finely landscaped garden located at the rear of the facade. Multiple seating areas abound amidst a profusion of greenery and brick paved stone. There are also tables for dining or just enjoying a relaxing cocktail. This pre-war elevator coop was built in 1910 and is desirably located in the center of the Upper Eastside. The building has an intimate feel at only 7 stories and with 35 units. In addition to the expansive outdoor garden, amenities include a live-in super and a laundry room, Pets are allowed. The coop also permits guarantors, parents buying for children, and pieds-a-terre with board approval. The neighborhood is convenient to Central Park as well as Carl Schurz Park, and smaller parks and playgrounds, established restaurants and cafes, world class museums, and local area shops and watering holes. Transportation by bus or subway is readily accessible from the major lines. Please note: The building was recently updated and there is a current assessment of $213.8 until 2024 to replenish the reserve fund.