This bright, sunny one bedroom apartment is located 2 flights up in a historic gut renovated Brownstone Townhouse and it faces a tree-lined street. The building is in the heart of the Upper West Side, one block from Central Park and many wonderful shops and restaurants,
It boasts high ceilings, hardwood floors, large windows with drapes and Hunter Douglas custom blinds, and Elfa custom-designed closets. .
The living area comes complete with a fulll-size sofa-bed, a 37” HDTV and a Playstation 3 Blu-ray Player ready for streaming (Netflix, Youtube, etc. ).
The bedroom is home to a queen size bed , a dresser and a large closet with custom made Elfa shelves.
The eat-in kitchen features granite counter tops and brand new stainless steel appliances, including a microwave and dishwasher. It is also fully stocked with all the basics you will need for day-to-day living: a toaster, coffee maker, and electric water kettle.
The European-tiled bathroom has a bathtub and shower in tub, extensive storage below and above the sink, and a toilet.
-Video Intercom and Security Cameras.
-Complimentary laundry in the building.
-Wired and WiFi High speed Internet access throughout the apartment.
-The living area and bedroom have their own separate remote-controlled AC units.
-Skype Ready IP Video Telephone for International Calls.
Between Amsterdam Avenue and Columbus Avenue, one block away from Line 1 and Line D subway stations for easy access to almost everywhere in Manhattan. Also, one block away from Broadway upscale shopping district.
Easy access to Columbia University, New York Presbyterian, Barnard, The Jewish Theological Seminary, Manhattan School of Music, American Museum of Natural History, Fordham University, Lincoln Center and Metropolitan Opera
Neighborhood : The Upper West Side is a neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan in New York City that lies between Central Park and the Hudson River above West 59th Street and below West 125th Street. It encompasses the neighborhood of Morningside Heights.
Like the Upper East Side, the Upper West Side is primarily a residential and commercial area, with many of its residents working in more commercial areas in Midtown and Lower Manhattan. While these distinctions were never hard-and-fast rules, and now mean little, it has the reputation of being home to New York City's affluent cultural and artistic workers, in contrast to the Upper East Side, which is perceived to be traditionally home to affluent commercial and business types. The neighborhood is decidedly upscale with the median household income above the Manhattan average.+ More