This one bedroom has a unique layout because it is on the parlor floor. It is large, bright and has garden views with eastern exposure. It is in a prewar setback elevator building designed by architect Rosario Candela. It is in a centrally located area. The apartment has the original prewar details, arches, basket weave floors, high ceilings, entry foyer, windows in each room, set back shelf and high spacious closets. It has been updated while maintaining the original details.
The windowed kitchen overlooks the planted garden. The pass through dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and the space is quite generous. A Grand arch leads into the living room that has double windows. The windowed bathroom has the original period tiles. The oversized bedroom has lovely views of the garden.
There are rose trellis's in front of this handsome building. The pathway that leads to the entry has hnd laid Italian bricks and is surrounded by seasonal flora, plants and trees. At the end of the walk tere is a stone Zen fountain on a hill. The entrance to the building was renovated not so long ago and it has an intercom. The stone art deco lobby has a fireplace and a stone staircase that ascends to the top floor. Of course, there is an elevator , new mailboxes in the mail room, laundry, live-in-super, individual storage (outside vendor) and a service entrance. Heat and hot water is included in the maintenance. Sorry, DOGS are no longer allowed, but CATS are welcome.
Bus stops for the Jitney to the Metro North, MTA local and express buses are across the street. The #1 subway is three blocks east of the avenue. The building is adjacent to an intimate park. You are a short distance to the Riverdale, Johnson and Broadway shopping streets, trendy and fast food restaurants, Starbucks, gyms, Riverdale Spa, Riverdale Tennis, out door parking across the street, indoor parking on W. 231st street, Manhattan College, Riverdale Country, Ethical Culture, Horace Mann and Fieldston, JFK H.S. etal.