Open house is by appointment. Light and airy! This convertible 2-bedroom home is bright and gets soft northern light all day long from the open sky views outside the windows. A gracious foyer greets you as you enter this special apartment and then spans out from there giving the feeling of openness. The Italian-style kitchen is the center of the home with a windowed pass-through to the large living room with its beautiful built-ins and Hudson River view. In addition, what was originally built as the dining room serves as an office, plus there is an office within that office (see floorplan); this room can easily be converted to the second bedroom. A good-sized primary bedroom with additional built-ins, a reading nook (the previous Murphy bed space) and 4 roomy closets allow you to display your book collection while keeping your other items tucked neatly away. Come visit this home to experience all it has to offer! Monthly maintenance fee (INCLUDES gas & electric): $1414.84, Ongoing capital reserve assessment: $231.14, monthly A/C fee: $39.04
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 to The Cloisters and some of 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 making it their home.