Curbed reports that part of one of Morningside Heights first Beaux-Arts buildings, this stylish one-bedroom co-op is now on the market for $799,000. The apartment opens up into a long, slender corridor, which has currently been setup with a bench and a cupboard.
That corridor then opens up into the spacious living room, which features one large window and a faux fireplace. The kitchen—arguably the best part about this apartment—recently underwent a renovation, and was fitted with a host of swanky appliances and finishes. This includes the Carrara marble countertops, the hand-built cabinets, the hammered copper sink, a Bosch dishwasher, a Samsung convection range, and dimmable under-cabinet lighting.
The bedroom and bathroom are adjacent to each other, and the former fits a king size bed, according to the brokerbabble, and the latter (which has a window!) has a marble-topped vanity.
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Aside from that, the apartment features nearly 10-foot-tall ceilings, comes with French doors studded with crystal doorknobs, and there’s LED lighting throughout the house.