New Development. Don't miss this glorious corner loft-like apartment filled with natural light. Live in a remarkable piece of history with all the modern luxuries. The Barnard, iconic landmarked boutique building with a stunning circular façade, four residential units at the corner of Hamilton Heights Historic District. Contact the seller's broker for a showing: Rene Fauchet at Douglas Elliman.
Situated on the 2nd floor, this unique and charming convertible two bedroom, one-and-a-half -bathroom apartment features three exposures, an elegant entry foyer with a powder room, soaring 10'5" ceilings, thick solid oak wood floors, white exposed brick walls, a separate laundry closet with a washer and dryer, high-end fixtures and appliances. You will enjoy the privacy of the large terrace with its western exposure. The beautiful oval and bright living/dining room, flanked with three landmarked wooden double-hanged windows facing East, brings the charm and character of a 19th century brownstone. The tastefully windowed designed open kitchen features custom made cabinets and stainless-steel appliances. Its northern exposure allows maximum natural light.
For extra privacy and quiet living, the bedrooms are separated from the living space by a long white exposed brick hallway. The comfortable master bedroom has two large windows facing North and a big double door closet. The gorgeous en-suite master marble bathroom features a spacious walk-in shower and two separate sinks. The den with an access to the terrace can be converted into a second bedroom. The richness of the floors, wood and stone work of the unit respects the beauty of the Victorian Row House and its history.
Near a vital commercial zone. Restaurants, bars and cafes are in the neighborhood: The Grange, Sugar Hill Café, The Edge Harlem, Grill on the Hill, Oso, Anchor Wine Bar, Café One, Geisha Sushi, Solace, Hogshead Tavern, At the Wallace, Harlem Public, Maison Harlem...
The Barnard is conveniently located, easy transportation abounds with the A, B, C, D, 1 trains, and the M3 Bus that runs from Harlem to East Village via Fifth Avenue. With the A and D express trains, a 12-minute ride will get you to Columbus Circle offering a plethora of dining, shopping, grocers and entertaining choices. A Zipcar outpost on next block enhances transportation options both within and outside the city offering easy access to the Harlem River Drive and George Washington Bridge, to the FDR Expressway and Triborough Bridge en route to La Guardia and Kennedy Airports. Fairway and Whole Foods Markets are a short ride away.
The Neighborhood offers several parks including Saint Nicholas Park with Hamilton Grange Mansion adjacent to City College, Jackie Robinson Park, Riverbank State Park which runs along the Hudson River revitalized with the opening of the new urban Campus of Columbia University with its new Science Center, Business School and Art Center welcoming the public and "creating a campus enriched by West Harlem and interconnected with the cultural, artistic and economic life of adjoining neighborhoods?
Sponsor Pays Transfer Taxes. No Board Application..
Lovely and Unique, a Landmark in Hamilton Heights.
Listing Agent: Rene Fauchet
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 1995 Broadway
Office Phone: 212.362.9600
Updated: 20th February, 2018 7:34 AM.
721 St Nicholas Avenue New York, NY