515 Edgcombe Avenue, 515 Edgecombe Avenue, 55

$600,000
3
beds
1
Baths
Co-op Properties

RLS IDX Data display by Douglas Elliman.

Property Description

HOLLYWOOD BOUND.This stunning sun drenched 3 bedrooms 1 bath loft Style apartment has been occupied by one of Broadway's finest performers. Tony Award Nominee J. Robert Spencer. In 2005 He Originated the role of Nick Massi in the Tony Award and Grammy Award winning show Jersey Boys, and in 2009 was Nominated for a Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical in the Pulitzer Prize Winning Play Next to Normal. After 13 years of raising a family, living, working and performing in New York, Robert and his family have decided to move.This loft style apartment features 10 foot ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. Approximately 1,400 square feet, this apartment is located on Edgecombe Avenue "Sugar Hill? in a Pre War building. If you are health conscience you will love the fact that this home will help shape your body, keep your heart healthy and your mind sharp. Located on the 5th floor of a walk up building.The Master bedroom, living room, and open kitchen are sun drenched. The Tony Winners office is neatly tucked away off the living room. There's a long hallway that separates the master bedroom from the guest, children, grandparents, sister in law, and or mother in law. Large load washer and dryer hidden away. There lots of closets space throughout.In addition the unit has architectural drawings for a second bathroom. There's storage, a bike room, and a carriage area all located in the building.Steps away from the M2 bus and A,B, & C trains. Contact us today to schedule a viewing. This Loft-Style apartment is priced to sell. Doggies are unfortunately not allowed, cats are welcomed however.
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PROPERTY DETAILS

  • Property Type
    Co-op Properties
  • Year Built
    1923
  • MLS/Listing ID
    1777642
  • Days On Market
    3,229

Amenities

  • Pre-War
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BUILDING/PROPERTY DETAILS

  • Pets Allowed
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman