241 West 108th Street #5c

Manhattan Valley | Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway

SOLD
 
living
 
  • living
  • living
  • kitchen
  • bedroom
  • roof deck
  • floorplan
 
 
Price:
$699,000
Type:
Maintenance:
Coop
$986
Bedrooms:
Bathrooms:
1
1
Web ID:
Status:
138206
SOLD
 

Description

Back on Market. Deal fell through. This Renovated one bedroom has a very private view looking all the way beyond Riverside Church and St. John the Divine. As you enter the living you are greeted with the view from the large picture window. The eat in Kitchen has a view to match. The unit was completely renovated by the current owner. The charm of this eat in kitchen gives a sense of space and separation. The unit has 9.7 foot ceilings. The bathroom renovation, as with the whole apartment, has kept the integrity of the pre war feel and was done with taste and character. The building was designed by American architects George and Edward Blum in 1911. It is an intimate prewar elevator cooperative which is pet friendly, has a live in superintendent, central laundry room, video intercom and daily lobby attendant (4pm to midnight). There is also a lovely roof garden with individual planters, and private bin and bike storage. In Oil Tank and the heating system have been upgraded with efficient oil. The building has a permanent assessment and the contribution for this unit is a monthly charge of $66. The building allows subletting after 2 years of occupancy and a tenant is in place so viewing is selective due to tenants schedule.^^^
Back on Market. Deal fell through.

This Renovated one bedroom has a very private view looking all the way beyond Riverside Church and St. John the Divine. As you enter the living you are greeted with the view from the large picture window. The eat in Kitchen has a view to match. The unit was completely renovated by the current owner. The charm of this eat in kitchen gives a sense of space and separation. The unit has 9.7 foot ceilings. The bathroom renovation, as with the whole apartment, has kept the integrity of the pre war feel and was done with taste and character.


The building was designed by American architects George and Edward Blum in 1911. It is an intimate prewar elevator cooperative which is pet friendly, has a live in superintendent, central laundry room, video intercom and daily lobby attendant (4pm to midnight). There is also a lovely roof garden with individual planters, and private bin and bike storage. In Oil Tank and the heating system have been upgraded with efficient oil. The building has a permanent assessment and the contribution for this unit is a monthly charge of $66.


The building allows subletting after 2 years of occupancy and a tenant is in place so viewing is selective due to tenants schedule.
Listing Content Provided By: Rudy Kempinski
Renovated
Eat In Kitchen
Doorman
Elevator
Laundry
Bicycle Room
Open View
 

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