329 W. 112th St is a beautiful duplex situated on a corner property. This Morningside Heights home features 2 large units and elevator to every floor except cellar. The homeowner is currently occupying both units but this home can be a wonderful investment. Main apartment features large living room with beautiful fireplace and bar, large library with sitting area with built-in hidden desk and a powder room. Second floor features spacious eat-in-kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances which include a double Wolf oven, Wolf 6 top stove with griddle, built-in TV with surround sound, formal dining room and half bath. Third floor boasts Primary bedroom with fireplace and walk-in closets and primary bath with steel jacuzzi tub for two. The 4th floor features a staircase with access to rooftop deck-conservatory which is wired for cable to create your own movie theatre. Also on this floor is another bedroom, a separate sitting area, full bath with white old fashioned claw foot tub and shower, and a laundry chute that runs from the 4th floor directly to the laundry room. The lower level features one bedroom, updated bath with shower, kitchen, living room and access to laundry room and main house. This home features many amenities which include security system, surround sound, wireless/wired internet, central air, and thermostat controlled by central Creston system. Basement square footage is 1,041 which is not included in square footage. Home is centrally located steps to Morningside Park and direct views of The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, two blocks to Central Park and close to Columbia University.
Courtesy of Houlihan Lawrence Inc.
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