On a beautiful surprise of a tree-lined block in Hell’s Kitchen, this split two bedroom apartment offers a respite from the City just mere blocks from the Theater District and transit hubs (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, S trains). The entry foyer separates the master bedroom from the second bedroom and opens up onto a well-proportioned living and dining room that faces south with beautiful natural light and views of ivy-covered walls, pre-war building rooftops, and higher-rise buildings of the new Hell’s Kitchen. Off of the living room is a brand new renovated & windowed kitchen complete with Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Samsung five burner range, absolute black granite countertop and new cabinets for plenty of storage. The master bedroom offers a double closet and is sizable enough for a king-sized bed and additional furniture. The second bedroom, currently used as a home office and a guest room can be reconfigured as you wish. The full bath is conveniently located off the foyer for easy access to homeowners and guests. This home is especially quiet due to no adjacent apartments on either side and is situated in the rear of the building. Throughout the apartment, there are hardwood floors, high ceilings, and solid brick walls (currently not exposed).
The Adelaide is a pre-war, well-run 27-unit elevator coop with laundry in the basement, is pet-friendly (dogs case-by-case), and permits international buyers and parents purchasing with adult working children on a case-by-case basis. The immediate neighborhood offers restaurants galore, theaters, grocery stores, gyms, small shops – really everything you need is right here.
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