Welcome to The Livmor Floating above the tree tops, Unit 6H is the highest and last of its kind. The Southern-facing condo looks out onto 115th Street, one of the most coveted blocks in all of Harlem – decorated with large oak trees, canopying over the top of brownstones and the quaint neighborhood below. Unit 6H is a spacious, 820 square foot one bedroom, intelligently laid out to maximize comfort without having to make any of the standard trade-offs of NYC living. Once inside the foyer, the home opens into a large chef-appointed kitchen which flows seamlessly over the stone island into the spacious living room. From there, enter the hallway and passed the washer and dryer into the large spa bathroom with double sink, rain-shower stall, and separate deep soaking bathtub. Back in the hallway, turn the corner into the king-sized bedroom, complete with its two massive closet spaces. While the unit and building are fairly new, the current owner has added in several new upgrades from the building standard; an entirely new stainless steel appliance suite, Wolf range, Bosch dishwasher, double-door LG refrigerator with freezer drawer, new Bosch Washer/Dryer in the hallway closet, remote ceiling fan, and smart window shades from Hunter Douglas. The southern-facing home looks out over the brownstones on 115th, has views of Morningside Park and St John the Divine. It also features bamboo flooring throughout, and two through-wall PTAC units tor dual climate controlled heating and cooling. With a 25 year Tax abatement in place until 2034, the Livmor is a full service condominium. Including a gym with yoga studio, children’s playroom, media room equipped with an 8 foot projection screen, cable hook-up, and adjoining conference center, catering kitchen, and third-floor planted roof deck with nearly 3000 square feet of entertaining and lounging space, two dedicated gas line barbecues, and a large granite bar table that can accommodate at least 20 people there’s no shortage of amenities. There is also an on-site parking garage and two bicycle rooms. The B & C subway lines are directly downstairs (116th St. stop) and the 1/2/3 trains are just 2 blocks away. The building is also 2 blocks from the lake at Morningside Park, and only 5 blocks from Central Park. Columbia University is also nearby. Frederick Douglass Blvd is South Harlem’s “restaurant row”, with many great restaurants and bars nearby. There is a Key Foods around the corner, a Whole Foods on 125th, and a Lidl 3 blocks away and Trader Joes also on 125th Street opening in the near future.