2BR in Hudson Heights!!
Enter into the warm and welcoming embrace of a classic New York City co-op with two bedrooms, lovely architectural details and a prime location near the Hudson River. Once inside, you’ll be greeted by a long hallway that acts as the central spine with living spaces to each side. Glorious hardwood floors are bathed in natural light, with windows in each and every room!
The first bedroom is on your left, with a nice-sized closet and overhead fan lamp. Crown molding and attractive baseboards accent this room and all others in the apartment. Further down the hallway to the right is an upgraded eat-in kitchen with tons of cabinet and storage space below and above. A huge vintage double porcelain sink, decorative tile backsplash, and wood and glass display cabinets add to the allure. Also on the right is the hallway bath with pedestal sink, wall-to-wall tiling, and a combo soaking tub and shower.
The living room is on the left at the rear of the apartment, with two tall windows, an overhead chandelier and a pair of adorable wall sconce lanterns. Stunning French doors lead to the adjoining rear bedroom. This charming chamber has a glass-pane entry door as well, giving it two entries and lending lots of character. With its pair of oversized windows and tons of floor space, the back bedroom could serve a multitude of purposes.
The highly appealing layout of the residence will allow you freedom to decorate, configure and use as you choose. There are sunny exposures on three sides, bedrooms at either end for added privacy, and wonderful work-from-home opportunities. Built in the 1920s, the gorgeous pet-friendly building at 825 West 179th sits across from George Washington Bridge Park, and features a stunning marble lobby, a live-in Super and laundry in building.
You’ll be an easy strolling distance from Fort Washington Park, Fort Tryon Park, Bennett Park, and the Hudson River. In addition to the scenic greenspaces and riverfront walkways, you’ll also enjoy numerous local neighborhood restaurants along 181st Street, Broadway and beyond. Getting around Manhattan is a snap, via the nearby 1, A and C trains.