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In Harlem, charming co-op with rustic touches seeks $999K

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The apartment boasts 13 foot-high ceilings

Courtesy of Paul Griffith

A cozy Harlem co-op with plenty of interior wood finishes has just listed for $999,000.

The 1,350-square-foot apartment has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and a brick decorative fireplace. Some of its interior details include exposed brick walls, inlaid parquet wood floors, and ceilings with exposed wooden beams. The kitchen is renovated, and has a Carrera marble center island. It overlooks Seventh Avenue and comes with 13-foot ceilings—“so why wouldn’t you have a climbing wall?”, the listing asks.

The coop is located on the top floor of a five-story prewar building at 1947 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, between West 117th and 118th Streets. Sitting between Marcus Garvey and Morningside parks, it’s a quick walk from there to Central Park. Famed soul food restaurants like Amy Ruth’s and Melba’s are a few blocks away. It’s also close to two different subway stops on 116th Street, for the 2/3 and B and C lines.

Maintenance charges are $1,200/month. Paul Griffith of Griffith Real Estate has the listing.