This gracious pre-war four bedroom home has been meticulously combined to create one of the largest floorplans in the building. Upon entering, one is greeted with a grand and spacious living area that opens onto the dining/kitchen area which then seamlessly flows into the inviting den. Boasting 10 foot ceilings, that are augmented by extended height doors throughout, this sprawling 4 bedroom home is further enhanced with custom built-ins. South, East and West exposure provide good light throughout the day and add to the open feel. The spacious dining room comfortably accommodates a party of 12. The large, open chef's kitchen, complete with a Sub-zero refrigerator, a 6 burner Viking stove that vents out, a new Bosch dishwasher, and abundant storage, provides a true heart to this home. The master bedroom, private and separate from the bedroom wing, with west and south exposures, features a recently renovated en-suite bath with radiant heated floors Carrera marble and Koehler fixtures, providing a spa like retreat. A fully outfitted walk in closet completes the master suite. The bedroom wing, a nice distance from the main living space, has three bedrooms with equal access to the second full bath that was also recently renovated with double sinks, Carrera marble and a rain shower head. Other features include a three zoned central air system, a Sonos sound system and a brand new washer/dryer that vents out. The iconic Hendrik Hudson, built in 1907 and one of the most celebrated buildings in the heart of vibrant Morningside Heights, is pet friendly, has a 24hr Doorman, two elevators, a Co-op owned parking garage, laundry room, bike room, storage room, and live-in Super. Close proximity to Columbia University and directly across from Riverside Park. Just one block to the 1 Train, great shopping and a multitude of restaurants Pied a terres, co-purchasing and guarantors not allowed. Subletting permitted on restricted basis. A $528 assessment is currently in place until December 2019. 2.5% fliptax.