MORE PHOTOS COMING SOON! A rare find and a must-see! Lovely, oversized studio in the highly desirable Castle Village apartment complex - - this unit is priced to sell!
Located on a high-floor and featuring panoramic views, this charming three-room studio is in move-in condition and has ample living space, including a windowed kitchen and a vintage bathroom with original pre-War architectural details. There are four spacious closets (one is a walk-in) and an additional 'dressing room' that can be used as a study. The separate kitchen and dressing area make this roomy studio feel more like a 1-bedroom apartment. As part of its inviting charm, this unit has retained its original Art Deco Bakelite door knobs throughout. All of the unit's windows were replaced recently and include upgraded muntins. The new windows are both soundproof and energy efficient. There is an ongoing $23.84 Capital Assessment fee for the windows.
Come see this charming, spacious studio for yourself!
CO-OP FEATURES: Set on 7.5 acres of manicured grounds, including a community garden and shared herb gardens, Castle Village has doormen / 24-hour security / exercise room with Hudson River views/ laundry room in each building / indoor & outdoor play spaces / on-site garage / storage (currently a wait list) / community room / roof decks / energy savings programs should reduce energy budget by a third / pets permitted (one dog per household)/ 80% maximum financing.
NEIGHBORHOOD: Castle Village is in the Hudson Heights area between West 181st St. and West 187th St., part of a bustling neighborhood with a good selection of restaurants, bars, banks and other neighborhood services. The commercial West 181 St. offers a variety of stores, eateries, and bars, as well as a Starbucks and a Pilates studio. Along the nearby Henry Hudson Parkway are tennis courts on the banks of the Hudson River and a great, scenic bike path along the river leading all the way downtown. West 187th St is like stepping into a slice of small-town America, with its various stores, restaurants and bars dotting both sides of the street as it gently slopes down to Fort Washington Ave from Cabrini Blvd. A short walk farther north brings you to Fort Tryon Park, with its verdant gardens, the New Leaf Cafe and the Cloisters museum. The "A" express train on W 181 St. and W 190 St. delivers you to 42nd St.in about 20 minutes at rush hour; local (M4) and express (M98) bus service runs along Fort Washington Avenue and Broadway. Entrances to the Henry Hudson Parkway, George Washington Bridge and Cross-Bronx Expressway are just minutes away.