Home of an episode of CBS's Blue Bloods, highlights of this abundantly spacious, clean pre-war apartment with classic and modern touches include: A Fabulous layout spanning, +/- 1,300 square feet with original hardwood floors, high 10-foot ceilings with crown moldings, french doors and natural light from windows in every room, Over-sized foyer with immediate access to two over-sized closets, a Modern open kitchen outfitted with ample cabinets adjacent to a spacious formal dining room, and an In-unit washer and dryer. Closets throughout, including the back of a door discreetly autographed by Blue Bloods star Donnie Wahlberg!
This co-op is in a beautiful six-story brick building and only a block away from J. Hood Wright Park, an A train stop and in close proximity to Bennett, Fort Tryon and High Bridge Parks. A farmer's market is nearby, along with a variety of restaurants and shops. The co-op includes a live-in super, bike storage and and caring residents who tend to the trees and plantings along this tranquil block. Close proximity to New York Presbyterian and Columbia University Mailman School.