1075 Grand Concourse 3M

in Concourse, Bronx, NY 10452

Description

Description of 1075 Grand Concourse 3M

Renovated 2-Bedroom Classic in the Historic District!

Offering a winning combination of charm, space, and location, this two-bedroom apartment is an absolute gem. The landmark building with its incredible grand lobby sits across from the Bronx Museum of Arts and next to the historic Andrew Freedman Home.

Stepping into a huge foyer, you are greeted by a coat closet and you’ll immediately notice arched entryways and classic architectural details. Glorious hardwood floors include parquet inlay in the living areas, and matching strip hardwood throughout the rest of the roomy floorplan.

To the left is 21’ combined living and dining room with a deep-set pair of oversized windows. Vintage wall lamps add to the Old World appeal. A wide entry leads into a beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with two windows, dark granite counters, stainless steel appliances and wood floors. This is a room that everyone will naturally gravitate to, perfect for conversation as meals are prepared.

You’ll find private quarters down a hall lined with three closet doors and lovely original trim. The first light-filled bedroom is at the end, with a large closet, overhead lighting, and a double set of windows. The hallway continues left to a pretty bathroom with incredible Fleur-de-lis floor tile and a deep soaking tub and shower combo. At the far left end of the layout is a bedroom with sunny exposures on two sides, and original exposed metal window frames for a fabulous retro touch.

Built in 1928, this landmark building in the Grand Concourse Historic District has a restored lobby featuring a superb example of decorative ceiling relief; there is also a live-in super as well as 2 updated elevators, a new laundry room, and a bike room. You’ll be strolling distance from Yankee Stadium, Joyce Kilmer Park, shops, and restaurants.

Renovated 2-Bedroom Classic in the Historic District!

Offering a winning combination of charm, space, and location, this two-bedroom apartment is an absolute gem. The landmark building with its incredible grand lobby sits across from the Bronx Museum of Arts and next to the historic Andrew Freedman Home.

Stepping into a huge foyer, you are greeted by a coat closet and you’ll immediately notice arched entryways and classic architectural details. Glorious hardwood floors include parquet inlay in the living areas, and matching strip hardwood throughout the rest of the roomy floorplan.

To the left is 21’ combined living and dining room with a deep-set pair of oversized windows. Vintage wall lamps add to the Old World appeal. A wide entry leads into a beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with two windows, dark granite counters, stainless steel appliances and wood floors. This is a room that everyone will naturally gravitate to, perfect for conversation as meals are prepared.

You’ll find private quarters down a hall lined with three closet doors and lovely original trim. The first light-filled bedroom is at the end, with a large closet, overhead lighting, and a double set of windows. The hallway continues left to a pretty bathroom with incredible Fleur-de-lis floor tile and a deep soaking tub and shower combo. At the far left end of the layout is a bedroom with sunny exposures on two sides, and original exposed metal window frames for a fabulous retro touch.

Built in 1928, this landmark building in the Grand Concourse Historic District has a restored lobby featuring a superb example of decorative ceiling relief; there is also a live-in super as well as 2 updated elevators, a new laundry room, and a bike room. You’ll be strolling distance from Yankee Stadium, Joyce Kilmer Park, shops, and restaurants.

Features and Amenities:

Highlights
  • Pet Friendly

  • Pre-war

Building Amenities
  • Elevator

  • Laundry In Building

  • Live-in Super

  • Bike Storage

$389,000

For Sale 37 Days on market

Space Summary

Building Type
Co-op
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
1
Year Built
1928
Stories
6
Units
108

Financials

Maintanance
$1213

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Description

Description of 1075 Grand Concourse 3M

Renovated 2-Bedroom Classic in the Historic District!

Offering a winning combination of charm, space, and location, this two-bedroom apartment is an absolute gem. The landmark building with its incredible grand lobby sits across from the Bronx Museum of Arts and next to the historic Andrew Freedman Home.

Stepping into a huge foyer, you are greeted by a coat closet and you’ll immediately notice arched entryways and classic architectural details. Glorious hardwood floors include parquet inlay in the living areas, and matching strip hardwood throughout the rest of the roomy floorplan.

To the left is 21’ combined living and dining room with a deep-set pair of oversized windows. Vintage wall lamps add to the Old World appeal. A wide entry leads into a beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with two windows, dark granite counters, stainless steel appliances and wood floors. This is a room that everyone will naturally gravitate to, perfect for conversation as meals are prepared.

You’ll find private quarters down a hall lined with three closet doors and lovely original trim. The first light-filled bedroom is at the end, with a large closet, overhead lighting, and a double set of windows. The hallway continues left to a pretty bathroom with incredible Fleur-de-lis floor tile and a deep soaking tub and shower combo. At the far left end of the layout is a bedroom with sunny exposures on two sides, and original exposed metal window frames for a fabulous retro touch.

Built in 1928, this landmark building in the Grand Concourse Historic District has a restored lobby featuring a superb example of decorative ceiling relief; there is also a live-in super as well as 2 updated elevators, a new laundry room, and a bike room. You’ll be strolling distance from Yankee Stadium, Joyce Kilmer Park, shops, and restaurants.

Renovated 2-Bedroom Classic in the Historic District!

Offering a winning combination of charm, space, and location, this two-bedroom apartment is an absolute gem. The landmark building with its incredible grand lobby sits across from the Bronx Museum of Arts and next to the historic Andrew Freedman Home.

Stepping into a huge foyer, you are greeted by a coat closet and you’ll immediately notice arched entryways and classic architectural details. Glorious hardwood floors include parquet inlay in the living areas, and matching strip hardwood throughout the rest of the roomy floorplan.

To the left is 21’ combined living and dining room with a deep-set pair of oversized windows. Vintage wall lamps add to the Old World appeal. A wide entry leads into a beautifully appointed eat-in kitchen with two windows, dark granite counters, stainless steel appliances and wood floors. This is a room that everyone will naturally gravitate to, perfect for conversation as meals are prepared.

You’ll find private quarters down a hall lined with three closet doors and lovely original trim. The first light-filled bedroom is at the end, with a large closet, overhead lighting, and a double set of windows. The hallway continues left to a pretty bathroom with incredible Fleur-de-lis floor tile and a deep soaking tub and shower combo. At the far left end of the layout is a bedroom with sunny exposures on two sides, and original exposed metal window frames for a fabulous retro touch.

Built in 1928, this landmark building in the Grand Concourse Historic District has a restored lobby featuring a superb example of decorative ceiling relief; there is also a live-in super as well as 2 updated elevators, a new laundry room, and a bike room. You’ll be strolling distance from Yankee Stadium, Joyce Kilmer Park, shops, and restaurants.

Features and Amenities:

Highlights
  • Pet Friendly

  • Pre-war

Building Amenities
  • Elevator

  • Laundry In Building

  • Live-in Super

  • Bike Storage