STUNNING VIEWS, SUNLIGHT AND EXPANSIVE SPACES are the theme of this 5-Bedroom / 2 Bathroom home perched high above the Hudson River on the top floor of the F building in enchanting Hudson View Gardens. With over 2200 sf, SPACIOUS does not even begin to describe
. Generously sized rooms re-define the concept of expansive while maintaining the original feeling of this 1924 classic co-op building, with hallways that tuck into bedrooms and studies, each with a view of the sparkling Hudson River, treetops or the quaint Tudor buildings of Hudson View Gardens. Currently arranged as a 3-bedroom with a separate den and secluded office, this versatile apartment can easily be configured any way that suits your lifestyle; whether you need a quiet space to host a pod or for Zoom classes or for extra storage. A large foyer with a double-doored closet and plenty of room for arrivals and departures spills out into an open living room/dining area and kitchen with full western water views. The hallway leads to 4 of the 5 bedrooms with ample wall space for a gallery of art. There are 15 closets, 3 of which are oversized, you can finally have that walk-in pantry you've always dreamed of, did I mention TOP FLOOR? This home has it all. Gracious living at its best. Come watch the magnificent sunsets over the river, knowing you are in one of the most magical homes available in Manhattan. Maintenance: $3,118.13, Ongoing Cap Reserve assessment: $511.14, A/C charge $84.78
Built in 1924, Hudson View Gardens, now on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), is honored as a significant example of Tudor Revival apartment design by George Pelham for developer Charles Paterno. HVG is meticulously maintained and a much sought-after Co-op on 4 Acres of private gardens. Some of the many features include daily mail delivery to your apartment door, a central package room, live-in Super, on-site management, 24-hour security, a parking drive for residents and their guests, a large central laundry room, a resident-only preschool, an upgraded playground area, an event space -The Lounge, a rental apartment -The Penthouse for residents' guests, bike rooms, storage bins, an outdoor patio for residents, a studio available to rent for resident artists and an upscale GYM. Pet friendly. Hudson View Gardens is 1 block from the express A train, a few blocks from Fort Tryon Park, home of The Cloisters, New Leaf Caf and the city's most gorgeous vistas. Neighborhood dining includes a Tampopo Ramen, Le Cheile, Cabrini 181, Sushi Yu, The Pandering Pig, Uptown Garrison and Saggio. Cafe Buunni, a favorite coffee spot as an alternative to the neighborhood Starbucks, offers homestyle Ethiopian meals. Grocery shopping and other vital services are all also in close proximity. Come see why so many come to visit Upper Washington Heights and end up calling it home.