Across the street from Morningside Park and around the corner from Columbia University. This charming, spacious and sunny classic 6 apartment, has a living room and dining room that have been opened up to create a huge living space. Both the living room and one of the bedrooms have glorious treetop views of the park. There is an eat in kitchen which is adjacent to the library/den. This room could easily be converted to a 3rd bedroom. There are one and a half bathrooms with the plumbing to make another. It is not often that you will find a pre-war apartment with a mix of contemporary elements and original detail. There are original French doors with glass transoms leading into the living room. A wall of windows facing the park lets in sun from the east allowing for good light all day long. The entry hallway is perfect for displaying artwork and the library has built-in bookcases. This truly is a “home” housed in one of the oldest coops in Manhattan and in an area where coops are hard to come by. There is laundry in the building and storage is included in the apartment. It is conveniently located near several subway lines and many buses. Besides the proximity to Columbia University, it is also near Teachers College, Manhattan School of Music and two Theological Seminaries. Give me a call so that I can have the pleasure of giving you a personal tour of this lovely home.