This Upper West Side co-op at 224 Riverside Drive would be a great deal on its own, with a spacious one-bedroom layout, totally renovated kitchen, and oversized windows that let in lots of sun and incredible Hudson River views. But add in these subtle steampunk touches–moody grey walls paired with whitewashed brick, vintage-style furnishings like a leather Chesterfield sofa and industrial lighting, and an all-black bathroom–and that $900,000 price tag seems like even more of a steal.
The 700-square-foot apartment is on the top floor of the seven-story building, a pet-friendly elevator building with just 29 units total. It has solid pine floors throughout, arched window frames, and a decorative fireplace with a bolection mantel and solid Nero Marquina marble hearth.
The newly renovated kitchen is open to the living space and boasts granite counters with a leathered finish, polished nickel hardware, and top-of-the-line appliances, including a retro black Smeg fridge. There’s even room for a four-seat dining table.
The bathroom is connected to the master bedroom, which also comes complete with oversized walnut-lined closets.
In addition to being just a stone’s throw from Riverside Park, the classic co-op building is also just two blocks from the1, 2, 3 trains at 96th Street.
Listing photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Upper West Side