Step right into the main living and dining area with its bright and open layout. A pair of tall windows allow natural light to bathe original hardwood floors in a warm and sunny glow. A Euro-style contemporary kitchen is set into a single wall for maximum space-saving efficiency. A stone counter, honeycomb tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and charming glass cabinetry, are all you need to whip up quick and tasty meals. High ceilings add to the airy feel.
A wood and glass-paned door leads into a cute and unique bedroom with an oversized window. Horizontal wood strip paneling on two walls lends an artful modern touch, while a retro hanging ceiling light adds further illumination. There are two more wood and glass doors, one to the bedroom closet and the other to a chic bath with woodgrain tiling, a tub and shower combo, a stylish vessel sink and cabinet, plus a deep-set window that is perfect for plants.
Built in 1917, Stirling Towers is a classic Beaux-Arts building that epitomizes old New York. Amenities include a full-time porter, a live-in super, a large laundry facility, bike storage, and a picturesque backyard garden with high walls. Private storage is available through a waitlist. Stepping outside, you’ll be able to see the Hudson River and the George Washington Bridge.
It’s also a great location for dining, with a string of popular pubs and restaurants along 181st Street, including 181 Cabrini, Saggio, The Uptown Garrison, Le Chèile, to name just a few. Stroll to the 181 Street A Train, Tyron Park, the Cloisters and so much more.