Delightful and rare pre-war condo 2 bedroom apartment, located on a charming tree lined Riverside Park side street is available in move-in condition. The apartment has been lovingly renovated and retains much pre-war detail and prized features such as cove mouldings, original white oak floors, high ceilings, arched doorways and huge windows. Enter into the large central foyer which could easily contain a home office. The spacious living room currently used for dining and living has leafy street views through oversized windows that are nearly floor to ceiling and graced with ornate turn of the 20th Century ironwork. The windowed kitchen is renovated with a smart layout that makes cooking a pleasure and has manufactured stone countertops, contemporary white cabinetry, Bosch cooktop with an integrated wall oven, Bosch built-in microwave, Bosch dishwasher and a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator. The bathroom has been renovated in a sleek modern style and retains its wonderful original deep bathtub. The ample primary bedroom could fit a king sized bed and has room for more furniture of your choosing. The 2nd bedroom is also large and has a lovely view of the street. In addition to the low monthly real estate taxes and common charges, there is a monthly capital assessment fee of $346.14.
318 West 100th Street was built between 1909-1910 and is located within the Riverside-West End Historic District Extension II. The architect was George F. Pelham, one of New York City's most prolific architects before and after the turn of the 20th century.This pet friendly condominium has a live-in Superintendent, laundry room, bike/storage room and is so close to Riverside Park, Columbia University, subways, buses, shopping and restaurants.