One flight up in a pre-war co-op building at 478 West 158th Street in Washington Heights, this two-bedroom home has a surprisingly sane layout for its $399,000 price. In addition to an actual gallery/hallway for entry, an eat-in kitchen, and two split bedrooms, you’ll find French doors, wood floors, and exposed brick.
A spacious, windowed living room divides the space. There’s room for a dining table for entertaining, and bedrooms are on either side.
The bright, windowed kitchen has enough space for a casual dining table. There are plenty of cabinets and a brick wall with a pot rail for convenience and style.
The master bedroom is airy and spacious; a second bedroom would also be a perfect office or guest room. The classic bath has a claw-foot tub and contrasting Deco style tile flooring to complement clean, white metro tiles on the walls. The pet-friendly co-op offers a live-in super, a renovated common laundry room and a garden for residents as well as storage and bike storage in the basement.
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Photos courtesy of Compass; photo credit: Hayley Ellen Day from DDreps
Neighborhoods : washington heights