This newly remodeled, split two-bedroom 1,065 square foot apartment boasts soaring 10 foot ceilings and an intelligently designed layout with great use of space throughout. Views from every room include the Hudson River, Oculus/9-11 Memorial, and the Financial District skyline.
The open living area has new bamboo wood flooring and large eastern facing windows with city views allowing for excellent sunlight to fill the apartment. Adjacent to the living room is the updated kitchen with rich, wooden cabinetry providing exceptional storage space, sleek countertops, new black and stainless steel appliances, and a large breakfast bar looking out into the living room. Just beyond the kitchen there is accented black tile flooring highlighting plenty of space for a gracious dining area. The entire apartment features new lighting as well as new PTAC units in each room with remote technology.
Off of the living room is the king-sized primary bedroom which offers two expansive windows with incredible light and direct views of the Hudson River. In addition to a sitting area, there is a customizable walk-in closet, and a large en-suite bathroom with basketweave marble flooring. Thoughtfully designed, the second bedroom resides just off of the foyer on the opposite end of the apartment. This spacious bedroom also features views of the Hudson River and a custom California style closet. Off of the second bedroom is a newly renovated full bathroom.
Hudson View East is a pet-friendly, full-service luxury condominium building that offers residents access to amenities such as a full-time doorman and staff, a beautifully landscaped outdoor patio with cascading water and barbecue grills, laundry on every floor, and the convenience of short-term visit parking for loading and unloading. Ideally located between West Street and the Hudson River, 250 South End Avenue is surrounded by world-class shops and multiple restaurants including Brookfield Place and the Westfield Mall featuring an Apple store and Eataly. Local transportation includes the NY Waterways, major MTA Buses, Rector St and Oculus subway lines (1, E, R, W, 4, 5), in addition to the free local Connection Bus.