A true New York City rarity, this sprawling, magazine-worthy HDFC co-op offers designer living spaces, three bedrooms and NO monthly maintenance in the heart of vibrant South Harlem.
Featured on interior design website Apartment Therapy, this approximately 1,000-square-foot residence greets you with loft-like proportions, restored hardwood floors, soaring 9-foot-tall ceilings and a dozen oversized windows. The show stopping kitchen impresses with a massive footprint perfect for formal dining. Exposed brick, tin ceilings, reclaimed window enframements and subway tile nod to the home's historic origins alongside contemporary upscale appliances, including an induction cooktop, convection oven, French door refrigerator, built-in microwave and dishwasher. Industrial chic lighting and sleek custom cabinetry topped with gray Caesarstone complete the scene.
Down a long hallway, west-facing double living rooms provide flexible space for seating, media room or home office use alongside gorgeous treetop views that stretch north and west across Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard to dazzling sunsets. Three bedrooms surround a gorgeous bathroom featuring a walk-in rain shower, pedestal sink and classic floor-to-ceiling penny and subway tile. A convenient hall closet completes this fantastic Harlem haven.
Built in 1910, 166 West 122nd Street is a handsome brick building offering video intercom entry, updated common areas, basement storage and bike racks. HDFC income restrictions apply. Acres of outdoor space surround this fine home thanks to Riverside, Morningside, St. Nicholas, Marcus Garvey and Central Park all within reach. The 125th Street corridor offers scores of great retail shops including DSW, H&M, Old Navy and more plus a huge movie theater and the famed Apollo Theater.
Foodies will rejoice at nearby Whole Foods and neighborhood hotspots Red Rooster, Sylvia's and Maison Harlem. Enjoy excellent proximity to Columbia University and the City College of New York, while A/C, B/D and 1/2/3 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations put the rest of the city within easy reach.