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3000 Valentine #5H is a spaciously laid out corner two bedroom, two bathroom 1,290 square foot home featuring the highest upgrades in all aspects. From the moment you enter, you will be greeted by graceful arches and pre-war details that set the stage in this turn key home. The residence premium upgrades include Terra Legno Cannon gray engineered wood flooring, flush mount Maxim Linear LED overhead lighting fixtures, interior two panel doors by Jeld-Wen with hardware by Yale and 8" base moldings.
An inviting dining foyer leads you to a brand new eat-in kitchen with custom stained wood cabinetry in smoke finish, Calacatta Valentin Quartz countertops in warm white plus undermount sink by Elkay and glazed ceramic backsplash in bright white tile. In addition, the appliance package is designed by Haier and GE and includes a dishwasher and microwave.
Both bathrooms (one en-suite) are beautifully equipped with Toto Entrada toilets, cast iron 60" bathtub and separate stall shower, Huntington Brass fixtures and Michelangelo Calacatta Porcelain wall and floor tile.
The king sized bedrooms are nicely removed from the entertaining area and each bedroom offers great closets.
Rounding out the picture are south and west exposures, skim-coated walls, updated electric and restored original Deco details.
Located in the Bedford Park neighborhood, 3000 Valentine Avenue is a classic Art Deco apartment building originally built in 1937 that is now entering a grand new era. As one of nine properties in the new Origin North collection, the building and its spacious apartments blend historic details with a top-of-the line developer restoration.
Located moments away from the B/D/4 train, the Mosholu Parkway and the Metro North Harlem Line, the property is ideally located for travel and commuting. The building is just minutes from The New York Botanical Garden and the Jerome Park Reservoir. Origin Valentine is also surrounded by educational institutions including Fordham University, Lehman College, and the Bronx High School of Science.