Flooded with daylight and sparking joy, this post-war co-op apartment in the heart of Hudson Heights is the quintessential home-as-sanctuary abode. Spacious and bright, wake up happy in the queen-sized sleeping alcove of this L-shaped studio. Grab your coffee from the upbeat cottage-like kitchen which features full appliances, including a dishwasher, deep blue colored cabinetry, marble-print countertops, white beadboard paneling, and louvre doors. Clean and cozy, the bathroom, with its white and speckled tiles, features an alcove tub perfect for soaking your cares away. The aqua blue vanity and matching oversized mirrored cabinet, black-and-white tiled flooring, and working built-in hamper give it a retro-vintage feel for a touch of personality and function. Storage space is plentiful with the sleeping alcove featuring its own dedicated closet and an additional large walk-in closet towards the entrance to the unit. And while already on the quiet and picturesque Overlook Terrace, with its sunny flower ladened and tree-lined sidewalks, apartment 2D also features partial sound proofing, for a deeper and even quieter space and sense of calm.
The building is well-maintained and attractive with meticulous landscaping. Enjoy all of the amenities available to help create ease in your busy city-dweller life, including a live-in super, laundry room, storage, bike storage, and a roof deck with outstanding views. This is an elevator building and pets are welcome.
Hudson Heights offers plentiful options for shopping and dining. When you crave greenery, Bennett Park is just down the block, boasting the highest point of land in Manhattan atop 450 million-year-old schist cliffs. You’re also a mere 8-minute walk to lush Fort Tryon Park, resplendent with trees that provide a dazzling, ever-changing pageant of colors throughout the seasons. Fort Tryon Park comprises 67 acres and 8 miles of winding pathways. Transportation-wise, your location couldn’t be better. You’re a 7-minute walk to the A train at 181st Street subway station and a 9-minute walk to the 1 train at 181st Street. The George Washington Bridge is a 3-minute drive away, ready to carry you to New Jersey, Westchester County, or upstate New York by way of I-87 or I-95. The GW Bridge Bus Station at Broadway and 179th Street is a hub for several bus lines, including NJ Transit, Greyhound, and Rockland Coach. The neighborhood is served by several bus lines that will easily connect you with the rest of the city.