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804 West 180th St. 65, New York, NY 10033

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$699,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Washington Heights Neighborhood
2 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$1,300 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

Views and stunning light can be found throughout this top floor 2 bedroom (convertible 3) at 804 West 180th St. Freshly painted, this gracious layout includes original hardwood floors and a long hallway perfect for a gallery of art. The entryway has an original builtin closet, amazing for storing shoes and any items needed on the go. The kitchen and bath have both been updated. The formal dining and living room lend to a myriad of options for home office work while granting incredible views of the George Washington Bridge and tons of sky. Eastern and Western exposure allow for both morning and later afternoon light. The main bedroom is set quietly away from the second. Pre-war charm remains though out as well, including original molding and woodwork.

804 Equities is a wonderfully run Co-op and has a live-in super. Storage is in the basement, including bins and a bike room. Laundry is also onsite. In addition, there is a cared for courtyard with a table and seating surrounded by plantings. Hudson Heights is surrounded by parks, restaurants and river and bridge views. The train is a block away from 804 West 180th St. along with every store youll need. Hudson Heights is a beautiful place to call home.

Listing courtesy of R New York

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