Welcome to apartment 4A6 Hillview Towers at 345 West 145th Street in Hamilton Heights! Great opportunity to own your very own one-bedroom apartment in the most affordable full-service building in Manhattan. Residents rave about the staff and the ultra-convenient location, with the A, B, C, D subway entrance on the same block and just 2 express stops to Columbus Circle and 3 stops to 42nd Street. Super low maintenance too of $620/month which includes, heat, water, cooking gas and real estate taxes.
This homey apartment is move-in ready with an updated and enlarged kitchen, new stove and refrigerator, and plenty of cabinets. There is also a newly renovated bathroom with a walk-in shower, and you will find ample storage in a wall of closets in the entry hall. New light fixtures as well along with a new air-conditioner. The current set up with the living room and bedroom can be reversed should you prefer to have a corner living room with southern exposure. There is also a nook in the current living room for a home office.
Across the street from the building provides access to Jackie Robinson Park (seasonal green market) as well as one of NYCs most beautiful historic districts, filled with architectural treasures, that includes gorgeous townhouses along Convent Avenue, Hamilton Grange (former home of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton), the magnificent City College campus, and free-standing mansions including the James A. Bailey house. Other neighborhood amenities include abundant food shopping, a wide variety of restaurants, Riverbank State Park on the Hudson and Riverside Park (both 4 blocks West), and the commercial arteries of 145th Street, Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway.
Hillview Towers offers a full-time doorman, live-in super, parking garage, newly renovated lobby, laundry room, storage room and bike room. Parents buying, guarantors, and pied-a-terre are allowed. Unlimited subletting after two years of ownership. Pets are welcome!
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