MLS 2003238
Web code DDYN
Status Active

Key Details

Total Beds
2
Full Baths
1
Half Baths
1
Year Built
1905
Room Count
5

Overview

Pre-war charm meets modern sophistication at this pin-drop quiet home. Situated on the 2nd floor this elegant home features 9.5 foot ceilings, gorgeous oak floors with mahogany inlays, and picture frame moldings that enhance its old-world charm.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;As you enter the apartment, the foyer opens into a generous living room that is perfect for both entertaining and dining. The primary bedroom offers plenty of room for a king-sized bed, dressers, and additional furniture. Directly outside the bedroom, is the renovated bathroom featuring Calcutta marble, fresh white tiling, and a large stall shower. The perfectly proportioned windowed kitchen features a full suite...
of stainless-steel Samsung appliances, plenty of storage space, granite countertops, and a subway tile backsplash. Through the kitchen, you enter the second bedroom which can be used for many functions including a bedroom or home office and offers a windowed half bath. There is also a washer and dryer! lt;brgt;The marble in both bathrooms is salvaged from a renovation of the Empire State Building.lt;brgt;lt;brgt;The Hamilton is a full-service cooperative directly facing the beautiful Riverside Park. Originally constructed in 1836 as a single-family home in the Greek Revival style, it was one of the very first homes in Morningside Heights. Later, The Hamilton was built in 1912 by the famed architect Gaetano Ajello and boasts a grand marble lobby with beautiful stained glass and two entrances. Additionally, the Hamilton provides a full-time doorman, live-in superintendent, gym, storage, bike storage, and an extraordinary roof deck with magnificent views of the Hudson River.

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