Located in refined Addison Hall, a premiere 1930 full-service coop building, this sophisticated and spacious one bedroom apartment is loaded with prewar charm throughout, including 9 ft. beamed ceilings, baseboard , picture frame, and picture rail moldings, and stunning hardwood floors. Passing through your gracious entry foyer, you'll reach the elegant living room, where southern light floods warmly throughout. The generous bedroom can easily accommodate a king-sized bed and features a chic, windowed, en-suite bathroom with a luxe step-in shower. The jewel in the crown is the renovated, windowed, eat-in kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, Carrera counters, subway tiled backsplash, and stainless appliances including a Bertazzoni gas oven and Bosch dishwasher. Additional features included city-quiet windows, modern lighting with dimmers, and excellent storage throughout, including two massive walk-in closets.
Addison Hall is a 16-story, prewar, elevator building built in 1930 and designed by Joseph A. Moller Inc. This iconic red-brick building has a canopied entrance with sidewalk landscaping, and units with beamed ceilings and windowed bathrooms. This elevator building also includes a 24-hour doorman, concierge, live-in superintendent, laundry room, storage, and bicycle room. Addison Hall is close to Central Park, Theater District, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.