This two-bedroom in the Bronx is a Mid-Century time-capsule for $450K

Posted On Thu, March 18, 2021 By

Posted On Thu, March 18, 2021 By In Bronx, Cool Listings

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The Bronx‘s Concourse Towers were built in 1963, at the height of the Mid-Century Modern movement. And time seems to have stood still at this two-bedroom apartment on the market for $449,500. The sellers are a prominent architectural historian and a property director, so it’s no wonder they’ve decided to outfit the home with authentic decor like cork flooring, a wood ceiling, and retro furniture everywhere you look.

A large central foyer opens into the main living space, which is bright and open.

As the listing notes, the dining room could even be converted to a third bedroom.

The kitchen stands out with wood ceilings, a stone wall, and a commercial-grade vinyl floor. It has a double basin stainless steel sink complete with a built-in soap dispenser, four-burner gas cooktop, gas wall oven, Bosch dishwasher, a built-in pull-out recess for a large microwave, and a broom closet. There’s also counter seating looking out the window.

Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and acoustic sound barrier walls. The secondary bedroom is set up as a den.

Though not pictured, there is also a large private balcony with Manhattan views.

The building offers a 24-hour doorman and security, live-in super, and two 24-hour laundry rooms. It’s right near several parks and is just one block from the Bronx Museum of the Arts and a quick walk to the B and D trains at 167th Street.

[Listing details: 1020 Grand Concourse, 7F at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Ariela Heilman and Deborah Miller]


Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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Neighborhoods : Bronx




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