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Uptown living at its finest in this 3-Bed, 2-Bath apartment in The Crillon Court, an elegant condominium nestled in the Audubon Park Historic District of Lower Washington Heights. This 1,440 sq. ft., fifth floor unit, has a generous and flexible layout with king-sized bedrooms and capacious closets. The third bedroom/den could become a formal dining room. Renovated pre-war features include high ceilings, hardwood floors, solid (quiet) construction, augmented by bright southern light. The windowed kitchen opens to a spacious living/dining room overlooking the entry courtyard. The large granite island provides lots or workspace for cooking, entertaining and festivities.
Built circa 1926, the gracious Crillon Court building has been meticulously restored to its original grandeur, reviving a quality of life from a bygone era. From the beautifully landscaped courtyard to the graceful lobby, The Crillon Court recalls a style of living that is elegant, welcoming and tranquil. The friendly and efficient staff includes doorman, porter and resident superintendent. Basement parking with 24-hour valet service, accessed directly from the lobby elevator with residents getting preferential treatment to park (fee). Free bike storage.
The Audubon Park community is ideally suited for today's varied lifestyles and neighborly values. Stroll along winding streets and grand pre-war buildings to Riverside Park and the Hudson River Greenway. Swim, sport, play at Riverbank State Park, shop at new Super Foodtown, or dine at one of the many multi-cuisine restaurants along Broadway. Planet Fitness on Broadway/157 is only $10/month. You'll be ideally situated between Columbia University's burgeoning Manhattanville campus and world-class NY Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center. Engage in early Americana at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, Hamilton Grange and Audubon sites.
Convenient 1 train (157)and C train (155) nearby; M4, M5 and BX6 buses on the Broadway corner. Quick auto access at 158 to the West Side Hwy and George Washington Bridge, and across 155th Street to Yankee Stadium and the Major Deegan Expwy.
Take a moment to meet our local merchants and experience the unique businesses on our corridors . Also, check out for local history and culture.
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