|This two-bedroom, 875 sq ft. co-op apartment with separate kitchen and fully renovated bathroom is all about natural light and quiet, peaceful living. The current owner calls it The Beach House because of its sunny atmosphere and spacious feel. Located in historic Sugar Hill Harlem, it has long, open views towards City College (southern, eastern and north exposures). This apartment is for someone with an appreciation of antique beauty and modern comforts.
Located in the fourth floor rear of a classic Arts and Crafts period building (built in 1920), this co-op home has large windows on three sides and carefully preserved architectural details as well as modern improvements.
This building boasts building-wide renovations done in 2007 which included: New boiler, new roof, power washed facade, new pointing all around building, clean basement, new plumbing throughout building, completely new bathrooms throughout building, and new parapets on the roof. And extra plus: a private, walled backyard patio with murals painted by residents, available for relaxing, children's parties or cook outs.
This co-op is an HDFC which is shareholder managed by an active Board and is 100% shareholder occupied.
Carefully preserved original details include: Solid oak doors with original built in full length mirrors in bedroom and bathroom; hardwood floors throughout (inc. kitchen), glass deco doorknobs; french doors; picture rails and wainscoting and/or baseboards in all rooms; delightful deco light fixture in entry hall; original dumb-waiter (not functioning); original Tennessee pink marble windowsill in kitchen and door sill at entrance; white marble sill in bathroom; gigantic original iron tub (newly resurfaced); thick, sound-reducing plaster and lathe walls
Kitchen: granite countertops, italian design faucet, brand new dishwasher; oak glass-front cabinets; extra deep under-mount kitchen sink;brand new fuse-box. All appliances under warranty.
Bathroom: just resurfaced super long/deep antique tub; new pedestal sink; modern italian light fixtures; quality towel racks; new subway tiles on wall, brand new walls.
Throughout: new ceiling light fixtures; new electrical outlets; new ceiling fan in living room; new Fedders 5000 BTU AC unit (2009); new plaster skim coat and paint in all rooms; new windows (2009); brand new wood windowsills in living and bedrooms; brand new wood radiator covers.
United States, New York, New York, 464 West 152 Street