The interiors at this Upper Manhattan condo at 370 Convent Avenue are as tranquil as they are feminine, and as spacious as they are cozy. The corner apartment is on the 4th floor of a five-story pre-war condo with only two apartments per floor. It’s asking $969,000, and while it doesn’t currently have a craft room, it’s roomy enough to find space for one, and it would certainly fit the surroundings.
11 windows keep things radiant and deep window seats are perfect for a moment of gazing out over the neighborhood’s pretty treetops and historic buildings.
Rooms have nine-foot ceilings with golden oak floors below. A washer and dryer are stealthily tucked behind closed doors in the half-bath. The simple kitchen is tried and tested, with everything a cook needs turn out dinners that beg to be repeat performances including a dishwasher for easy clean-up.
The bedrooms are a cheery yellow tint, with the pale pastel treatment carried throughout the space as if to banish any thought of an awful morning.
Parks, including Jackie Robinson, Riverbank State Park and St. Nicholas Park, are another luxurious perk of living uptown uptown.
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Neighborhoods : Hamilton Heights