Live in This Modern Medieval Marvel for $6,200/Month

Posted On Wed, April 22, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, April 22, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Morningside Heights

If you prefer medieval architecture, consider this three-bedroom Morningside Heights unit at the Brittania, available for $6,200 a month. The layout of this apartment is referred to as a “classic seven,” referring to a popular style in pre-1940s New York that included three bedrooms, a formal dining room, and a separate maid’s room. The condo also has original details like wood floors, crown molding, and cathedral ceilings.

527 West 110th Street, The Brittania, classic seven layout, grotesques gargoyles on outside

527 West 110th Street, The Brittania, classic seven layout, grotesques gargoyles on outside

The spacious living room charms with a large bay window and a Gothic-style fireplace. Through a set of French doors, a separate formal dining room features wainscoting and cathedral ceilings. Then, a windowed kitchen features black-and-white tiled floors, tons of cabinetry, and a spiffy red sink. The oversized windows carry throughout the house, including into the three bedrooms, drenching the home in southern and western light.

527 West 110th Street, The Brittania, classic seven layout, grotesques gargoyles on outside

The Brittania is a nine-story condominium distinguished by “grotesques”–non-water-spouting gargoyles. The prewar structure, built in 1909, is just a few blocks from Columbia University and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Residents can enjoy plenty of fine dining and shopping nearby.

[527 West 110th Street #43 by Julie Rose of Citi-Habitats]

Photos courtesy of Citi-Habitats

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