114 Morningside Drive



Spacious 2-Bedroom Top-Floor Apartment Overlooking Morningside Park, Steps Away from Columbia University ! This sun-flooded two-bedroom presents a rare opportunity to combine the joys of a stunning penthouse with the unique benefits of living on Morningside Drive. With 900sf of living space, extra-high ceilings and windows in every room, this place is an exceptional home. Seven windows flood the apartment with light and afford protected 180-degree views across Morningside Park capturing both sunrise and sunset. The apartment has undergone extensive renovations, including a brand-new kitchen, upgraded bathroom, a full re-paint and resurfacing of the inlaid oak floors in the living room and front bedroom. The beautiful open kitchen features rare Italian marble wall tiles, an ultra-quiet Bosch dishwasher and a built-in, solid oak cupboard – restored to its original majesty by an antique wood specialist. 114 Morningside Drive is the City's second-oldest co-op. As one of just two buildings on the street that is not owned by Columbia, it benefits from the university's 24-hour security, with one guard stationed directly across the street. Bordering the park atop a dramatic cliff, we share unobstructed views all the way to the East River with Columbia's President's house, Faculty House, and Law School graduate housing all along this street. This quiet street, which prohibits commercial traffic, offers plentiful free parking thanks to the nature of the occupants on just one side of it. Built in 1910, the building offers a live-in superintendent, laundry room, bike room, and elevator. The sale includes a private storage locker in the basement and bike storage (we have 3 bikes in our space with room to spare). Maintenance Fees: The well-run board has kept maintenance costs exceptionally low. $300 of the $1050 fee is tax-deductible (real estate tax). Nearby: -Several grocery stores within a few minutes walk; Fairway Market is just a few blocks away! -Street parking -Around-the-clock Columbia security guard is stationed directly opposite the building -Morningside Park, designated one of ten NYC Scenic Landmarks, leads into Central Park at 110th street -Steps from Columbia University and the Manhattanville Expansion -Steps from Riverside Park, Grant's Tomb Memorial, Saint John's Cathedral, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Riverside Church, Teacher's College -Restaurant Haven: within two blocks are great Italian, African, Middle Eastern, American, and Asian restaurants. Hundreds more restaurants, cafes and nightlife are just minutes away - along Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, and in Harlem. -Citibank, Duane Reade, wine store, neighborhood cafe, all within a block. Great public transportation options: -#1 train at 116th & Broadway (Columbia U.); transfer to #2 and #3 express trains -A/C (blue), B/D (orange) trains at 125th (5 min walk). A and D run express - 10 minutes to 59th Street Columbus Circle. A train goes straight to JFK. -M60 bus direct to Laguardia Airport stops 3 blocks away on Amsterdam Ave. Notable recent renovations: -Renovated bath, including upgraded plumbing (completed 2012) -Brand-new kitchen (completed 2012): rare Italian marble wall tiles, durable ceramic floor; new ultra-quiet Bosch dishwasher, new Whitehaus sink with built-in water filter and insinkerator; modern solid oak cabinets and a professionally-restored original oak cabinet from 1910; recessed lighting as well as under-cabinet, in-cabinet and adjustable-height drop lighting. -Renovated hallway & first bedroom -Renovated steam heater (2012) -New double-pane windows -Resurfaced floors (2010) -Building roof upgraded in 2009 -Verizon fiber optic cable recently installed (FIOS)

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