Located in the picturesque Upper West Side/Morningside Heights neighborhood it shares with Columbia University’s campus, Amele Hall at 536 W 111th Street is a classic elevator co-op built in 1910 by architect partners Mulliken and Moeller. This classic six apartment, listed for $1.595 million, has been modernized but retains its turn-of-the-century charm.
The apartment’s interior is blessed with a spacious layout and three exposures for plenty of light. Two bedrooms become three if you include a cozy maid’s room with an en-suite WC–and the home’s large dining or living room could easily become yet another chamber. Elegant pre-war architecture presents itself in the form of gracious moldings, gorgeous wood paneling, oak floors and 10-foot ceilings throughout.
A windowed kitchen also has plenty of storage and a breakfast bar. Even better: A vented washer and dryer are tucked away behind pantry doors.
There’s ample closet and storage space throughout the apartment. According to the floor plan, the only major flaw is that the renovated master bath–though it’s a lovely one featuring clean-lined oversized subway tiles–is a long way away from the second bedroom.
The elevator building has an elegant, marble-tiled lobby, a live-in super, a common back yard area, basement laundry, a bike room, and storage cages, and it’s near the green trifecta of Riverside Park, Morningside Park, and Central Park. The co-op is pied-à-terre friendly, and pets are welcome.
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