520 West 110th Street, 11C - Upper West Side, New York
Deal Fell Through. Major price improvement! Here is a rare opportunity to own a Pre War CONDO in the vibrant Morning Side Heights neighborhood. This bright sun flooded High floor corner classic six Pre-War Condo apartment with wide open city views is very spacious and could easily be converted into 3 or even 4 bedrooms.The apartment has wonderful flow with a separation between the public and private bedroom wing. The living room and formal dining room both have graceful proportions with open North exposure, and West Exposure. The spacious bedrooms have West and South Exposures with open city views and sun streaming in throughout the day, all with Large bay windows and a peek of the Hudson River as well.Gracious size bedrooms, formal dining room with a decorative fire place, a large living room, windowed updated eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and breakfast bar plus a cozy maids room currently used as an office is located off the kitchen. The side by side living room and dining room create a wonderful layout for gracious entertaining. The apartment retains many pre war charms such as a decorative fire place, 9'4"soaring ceilings, picture moldings, dentil moldings, hardwood floors with mahogany borders.The apartment currently has 1 full bathroom and a half bath and a washer dryer. The half bath can be enlarged to create a second full bathroom.Located in the heart of Morning Side Heights, close access to public transportation, Morning Side Park, Central Park, Riverside Park, the Church of ST. John The Divine, Columbia University and a multitude of wonderful restaurants.The building is pet friendly, pied a terres allowed, building has a laundry room, storage facilities, live-in super and a part time doorman 3pm-11pm daily. The apartment needs updating but will be worth it. All weekday appointments must be scheduled after 3:30pm as per owner's instructions with no exceptions.The apartment has an on-going assessment in the amount of $183.66 per month, which is included in the current common charges.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman