Welcome to The Dwyer Condominium
Available for the first time on the resale market, this two-bedroom, two-bath home at 258 St Nicholas near Morningside Park and the Express Trains at 125th St features double-exposed South and East facing panoramic views of South Harlem. Apartment 6D is a one-of-a-kind corner home that floats over the rooftops of one of the most coveted neighborhoods in all of Manhattan.
The lofted ceilings are reminiscent of the building’s commercial roots. Originally constructed as a warehouse, the developer designed the unit to retain it’s high ceilings and pin-drop quiet floors by using hardwood oak. The current owner has married Zen with the airy-openness of the unit and added custom detailing throughout to bring in earthy tones providing a real escape from the hustle and bustle of city-living.
From the moment you enter the foyer you’ll quickly realize this is unlike any other home on the market. Pass into the dining area, and grand living room of the 1320 square foot space and you’ll be transported somewhere serene. Double-paned windows throughout bring in extra peace, and open the 2 large French Doors onto the Juliet Balcony to bask in the sunlight from dawn till dusk.
KITCHEN: This appointed Chef’s kitchen features a stainless steel appliance suite including a refrigerator, gas range, and dishwasher. A 7.5 ft long island, complete with breakfast bar, adds plenty of space to prepare and plan a meal. Granite countertops throughout and soft-close cabinetry.
LAUNDRY: The home has In-Unit Washer and Dryer.
BATHROOMS: The marble-accented bathrooms have been thoughtfully updated and kept immaculate. The Master en-suite has a large deep tub while the 2nd bathroom features a glass-enclosed shower with teak-wood inlay.
CLOSETS: The home has 3 deep closets, a huge walk-in closet, and thoughtful storage space throughout.
BUILDING: Full-time doorman and staff, beautifully landscaped roof garden with tables and chairs, laundry room, and bike storage. Pet friendly!
LOCATION: Sensational. Convenient to Whole Foods, Restaurants, Central Park, Morningside Park and Columbia University. Near shopping along the major 125th Street corridor for both major stores and some boutique options. Less than 2 blocks to 125th St transit featuring two express trains and two local trains, you can get to Columbus Circle in one stop. The Metro North stop is within 5 blocks.
Other highlights include a 421-A Tax Abatement expiring in 2033 and PTAC (hotel style) A/C Units throughout!
Please contact Philip Reynolds for a private viewing.