301 W 115th St, Apt 3-A

$1,395,000

Harlem

2 BD, 2 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

2

Baths

5

Rooms

1,081

Square Feet

Maintenance
$841

Unit 3A at The LIVMOR (2131 Fredrick Douglass Boulevard) has the outdoor space and the flexible floor plan you’ve been looking for. Originally a two-bed/two-bath apartment, the current owners have divided one of the bedrooms into a bedroom and an office (which they have been using as a bedroom). You can keep it that way or reinstate the full second bedroom super easily. The large terrace is situated right off the open layout living room and kitchen – which means you’ll be gardening, entertaining or just hanging out in the outdoors all the time! This apartment has been kept in excellent condition and it’s ready for you to move right in.

The LIVMOR is a full-service building with a 24-hour doorperson, low common charges, and abated taxes. In close proximity to Columbia University, 15 minutes to Midtown, close to great restaurants and cafes, and blocks from Central Park and Morningside Park. A well-designed condominium, the building offers a full range of amenities including a fitness center, residents’ lounge, conference room, children’s playroom, landscaped roof terrace for all residents and on-site parking.

  • Terrace Terrace
  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 301 W 115th St

2009

Year Built

12

Stories

  • Courtyard Courtyard
  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Concierge Concierge
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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