We recently wrote about ground-floor apartments that buck the negative stereotypes about lower-level units, and for this week's Small Wonder, we found a studio that fits the bill, too. This first-floor duplex on 129th Street in West Harlem gets a surprising amount of natural light for a ground-floor unit, but more importantly, has extra space in the form of a lower basement level, which can be fashioned into an office, rec room, or a particularly peaceful sleeping area.
The main level includes hardwood floors, an open kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances, and plenty of space for a dining and entertaining area:
The lower basement level has room for separate sleeping and sitting areas, and has its own separate street-level entrance, as well:
The bathroom looks freshly renovated, and we like blue and white tile work:
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