The renovated residence is in Manhattan’s vibrant Ft. George neighborhood, steps from restaurants, historic greenspaces, the Hudson River, and more. From gleaming hardwood floors to modern upgrades, this roomy unit offers comfort, convenience and a distinctly cool vibe.
Natural light pours in through two oversized windows, bathing the golden hardwoods in a warm glow. A beautifully renovated gourmet kitchen tucks neatly into the corner with granite counters, a prep and dining island with cupboards and drawers, modern white cabinetry, super-chic white backsplashes on two walls, and stainless steel appliances including gas range and oven, microwave, dishwasher and full-sized fridge. You can create memorable meals with no constraints in this fully equipped urban cooking space.
Your hallway leads back to a large walk-in closet and a remodeled white tile bathroom with a shower/tub combo, handheld sprayer attachment, new wall lighting over the mirror, an upscale vessel sink and base, and a gray built-in towel cabinet. Like the rest of the apartment, the bathroom is sizeable, bright and clean. There’s even a deep-set window over the tub.
The NaBor Apartments, colloquially known as “NaBors,” is a grouping of three postmodern buildings on Nagle Avenue and Bogardus Place. The six-story co-ops enjoy a dedication to Green technology, and are connected by a tranquil interior garden courtyard with plants and flowers. It’s a great place to mingle, as is the roof deck with its pergola dining area. The complex also a live-in super, porters, a large laundry facility, a fitness center, a community room, bicycle storage and parking.
You’ll enjoy pop-ups, all-night diners, funky thrift shops, pubs, and a great local farmers’ market in this friendly and creative neighborhood. There’s a popular Y on Nagle Street, and Fort Tyron Park is right around the corner, offering picturesque pathways, The Met Cloisters, and stunning Hudson River views. Also nearby is Inwood Hill Park. And don’t forget public transit, with the 190th Street station on the A line and the 191st Street station on the 1 train, within easy strolling distance.