66 Overlook Terrace, No Board approval for this true two-bedroom, 1.5 baths in a full-service building - your own parking space is possible for an additional amount.
The apartment is a large post-war two-bedroom with full-size bedrooms, generous closets and 1.5 baths, a wide-open living room, and a separate kitchen. The entire apartment has southern exposure for good light in all rooms almost all day.
The kitchen has a dishwasher & microwave, and stainless steel appliances. Both bathrooms have common area access to ease anyones rush to the bathroom.
Both bedrooms have closets and plenty of room for all your needs.
The apartment is being sold with no Board approval necessary so the process is easy and straightforward. Financing of any level can be considered. There is also the option to purchase a parking spot.
66 Overlook Terrace is a very well-run coop with low maintenance fees and solid financials.
Building amenities include:
A doorman from 8 Am to 4 Pm;
a Security Guard on-premises from 3 Pm to 7 Am;
24 Hour supervised access to the package room;
Large common backyard with playground equipment that can be reserved for functions;
Large laundry room;
Well-equipped fitness room with single and family plans;
Storage bins & bike room by a separate fee;
24-hour private garage;
There may be waiting lists for some amenities
Cats are permitted but no dogs.
Although no one can say that Hudson Heights is a hidden" gem anymore, the neighborhood is still a gem - a quiet enclave on the island of Manhattan. The street layout essentially creates one huge cul-de-sac that calms the traffic. There is easy access to the A-train running below the neighborhood that runs express to mid-down in 20 minutes. Or take a short walk to the 1 train and bus lines (M4/M5/M98 bus lines) that head down the East or West sides. There are numerous restaurants and lots of shops close by for the daily sundries. Lastly - you have the river views and fields of Fort Tryon Park, the art of The Metropolitans Cloisters Museum and there is easy access to the Hudson River Greenway, home of the Little Red Lighthouse, or for cycling and running enthusiasts.