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Move right into a comfortable, spacious prewar apartment in vibrant Morningside Heights that awaits your personal touch! Currently configured as a 3 bedroom 1 bath, the versatile layout can easily be transformed into a 2 bedroom if desired with a huge living room. This affords an excellent opportunity for the buyer to renovate and customize the space to suit their taste and needs. Positioned on the 4th floor of the 6-story building, the residence is brightened by large sun-filled windows facing north, south and east. A gracious foyer hall greets your arrival, with a full windowed bath and roomy windowed kitchen at right,continuing on to long gallery accessing the bedrooms and living area. Interiors afford a spacious feel and comfortable flow, with distinct private areas, beautiful hardwood floors throughout, and generous closet space for storage. 509 West 122nd Street is a handsome prewar gem built in 1905, converted to a cooperative in 1986. The financially-sound elevator building offers low maintenance, friendly neighbors, a part-time super, onsite laundry, bike storage, and storage bins for a fee. The location is great, on a quiet 2-way tree-lined street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, commonly referred to as "Seminary Row" Right nearby is Columbia University, Barnard College, Teacher's College, and Manhattan School of Music, as well as beautiful Morningside, Riverside and Hudson River Parks. Enjoy shopping at the local farmer's market and Fairway. Plus there are lots of cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Several subway lines are also close, like the C, B, D on 125th Street, as is bus service. Pets are allowed; no pied-a-terres please. NOTE THAT THE PICTURES ARE VIRTUALLY STAGED.
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  • Interior
    880 Sq Ft.
  • Property Type
    Co-op Properties
  • MLS/Listing ID


  • Dishwasher
  • Pre-War
  • Private Storage
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  • Pets Allowed
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman


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