In 1925, the architect J. M. Felson had a dream. Teaming up with the prolific and talented Golding Brothers, Felson envisioned a handsome, generously-scaled building with grand layouts and a beautiful edifice that would play an impactful role in the residential reinvention and architectural dignity of lovely Morningside Heights. This sprawling home -- with its generously-proportioned, bright, comfortable rooms, its renovated windowed kitchen and upgraded windowed baths, its big closets, and its expansive gallery/foyer -- is a remarkable part of Felson's timeless vision. Ideal for all of your growing needs (please see alternate floor plan for a 3rd bedroom possibility), this expansive, classic, soulful, sunny residence is easy-to-live, and so easy to love. The good flow of this residence begins right when you enter the over-scaled gallery/hall -- a room-like foyer that bridges the big entertaining rooms with the quiet bedrooms. At one end, the gallery spills into the large living and dining rooms - flexible spaces perfectly positioned by the pretty and practical kitchen (with its premium appliances, double ovens, and its ample maple cabinetry and stone counters). At the other end of the hall - with its impressive closets/storage and washer/dryer -- are the two tranquil bedroom suites. The big master bedroom, with its renovated en suite bath and good custom closets, is a tranquil retreat indeed. The large guest room, with its own renovated, windowed bath and its river-view windows, is quiet and inspiring. Original details, impressive scale, flexible layout, good closet space, and a well-served building with resident superintendent, doorman, bike/strorage/laundry, and planted roof deck all make this pet-friendly, rambling residence stand out for all the right reasons. With a location offering easy convenience to transportation and parks, and most every area cultural, shopping, and dining destination, this wonderful home is move-in ready, and waiting with open arms.