In the heart of Harlem, a surprise of a space with history, texture and soul. Available for the first time for resale, this loft home in a boutique condominium occupies the entire fourth floor of a reinvented light industrial building dating from the early 1900's. Accessed via a key-locked elevator, this approximately 1,455 SF home has two bedrooms and two full bathrooms and is easily and logically convertible to include a home office or an additional bedroom (if the alternate floor plan does not appear on this site, please reach out to us). The great room of the loft faces...south and is flooded with incandescent all-day light. It's both organic and sleek, with bleached-oak flooring, an exposed brick accent wall and almost twenty-five linear feet of wood-framed tilt-and-turn windows. The open chef's kitchen by Veneta Cucine includes custom lacquer cabinetry and an endless marble island. A built-in paneled SubZero refrigerator, Viking range and vented (!) hood, and a Miele dishwasher complete the elevated appliance package. The bedrooms are at the diametrically opposite end of the loft and are private, pin-drop quiet and have walls of wood-framed picture windows with treetop and boundless sky views. Other grace notes: central air-conditioning, a laundry room large enough for a side-by-side washer and dryer - with a window!, dimmable lighting by Lutron, and a semi-private roof deck shared with just a duo of neighbors. Plus a private storage room in the lower level of the building that has so much character and space that the neighbors converted theirs into a home office-studio! 223 West 135 Street #4 is within two blocks to the 2,3,B,C trains and St. Nicholas Park. A quick walk towards 125th Street takes you to Whole Foods, the Apollo Theater, and renowned bars, bistros and restaurants including Corner Social and Red Rooster. And coming soon - Trader Joe's! We are delighted to begin booking appointments for showings of this engaging space, including during open house by appointment hours on Saturday, May 8 from 12 - 3PM. And of course, all visits will be conducted according to prevailing health and safety guidelines of NYS.
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