Thoroughly and meticulously re-imagined and restored, this gut-renovated three-bedroom, two-bathroom co-op boasts stunning finishes and lovely prewar charm.
Arrive in a gracious foyer to find rows of built-in cabinetry, nodding to the abundant storage to be found throughout this well-planned home. Brand-new pine flooring leads you through the spacious dining room to the bright and airy living room with south-facing, open-sky views. The windowed open kitchen simply dazzles with custom cabinetry featuring chic gold hardware plus distinctive arabesque tile backsplashes and marble countertops. And chefs will adore the army of premium stainless steel appliances here, including a stunning Bertazzoni range and hood. Further on, the traditional maid’s room has been transformed into an oversized laundry room with storage and a modern windowed bathroom.
Three large bedrooms are placed down a quiet hallway, each with bright windows, roomy closets and easy access to a renovated full bathroom. Bold custom lighting and built-in speakers reinforce the designer ambiance found throughout this beautifully restored home. The asking price is $1.85M.
241 West 108th Street is a gorgeous prewar co-op where residents enjoy part-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, video intercom, laundry, storage, bike room and a lovely furnished roof deck with sweeping views. Located on a serene tree-lined street, this home is surrounded on all sides by magnificent outdoor space. At the end of the next block, you’ll find Riverside Park and direct access to the dog run, skatepark, sports facilities and Ellington in the Park. Morningside Park and Central Park are also within reach. Enjoy fantastic shopping and dining along Broadway while the nearby shopping offers a Whole Foods, Michael’s, HomeGoods and more. 1, B and C trains provide effortless access to the rest of the city.
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