Rare Prewar Condominium
This grand 3-bedroom Pre-War condominium, built in 1912, is a rare example of the terra cotta arts and crafts style. On the 11th floor, this apartment is illuminated by many windows with their Juliet balconies and 9’7” ceilings. A gracious entrance gallery leads to the elegant great room allows one to create several ambiances, including one or two living spaces plus a dining area. It has a decorative hispano-moorish fireplace. The eat-in kitchen includes cherry cabinets, marble counter tops and imported tiles. All three bedrooms face west and have partial views of the Hudson River. The second bath was removed to create a large artist studio and can be reinstated. There is a bonus room ideal for a home office and many closets. Close to transportation and shopping. Building has a gym and a common garden. Pets and washer/dryer are permitted. Doorman is available from 7:00am – 1:00am.