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3.78% CAP rate with tenant inplace till August 2020Enjoy pin-drop quiet and direct access to Central Park in this masterfully remodeled two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium in the heart of historic Harlem.Absolutely no detail was overlooked in this stunning luxurious home's 2015 gut renovation. Brand-new solid oak floors usher you inside to take in 10-foot ceilings and gorgeous prewar details, like the living room's grand Deco fireplace. Set at the southwest corner of the building, you'll enjoy all-day sunshine in this bright mint-condition setting. The impeccable open kitchen is flanked by an original exposed brick wall and a delightful bright window seat. At the center you'll find a sumptuous island/breakfast bar while top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, including a 56-bottle wine refrigerator, make cooking and entertaining a joy.Large bedrooms are set down a quiet hallway. The master suite includes two large closets, including a walk-in, and a decorator magazine-worthy en suite bathroom with a chic custom vanity and an oversized tub/shower with large bench. The second bedroom is placed next to the second, beautifully equipped full bathroom. An in-unit washer-dryer, quiet rock installation throughout, built-in high-definition surround sound, and brand-new electric with LED dimming lights and custom fixtures add to this stunning Harlem home's abundant charm.1845 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard is a stately prewar condominium conversion offering part-time doorman service, free private storage, bike room, fitness room, children's playroom and a roof deck — all with low common charges and taxes. Set just two blocks north of Central Park, the Harlem Meer, Lasker Pool/Rink and the serene North Woods become your personal backyard playground. Columbia University and City College of New York are nearby, and Harlem's renown dining scene sits right outside your door with delectable Levain Bakery, The Cecil and Amy Ruth's within blocks. The Upper East and Upper West sides are within easy reach, transportation is effortless with 2/3, B and C trains all nearby, and biking to work is certainly an option with nothing but Central Park between you and Midtown.