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860 West 181st St. 6, New York, NY 10033

Listing Details:
$575,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Washington Heights Neighborhood
2 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$878 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

Large, two bedroom co-op apartment, with a VERY LOW MONTHLY MAINTENANCE of $878. Looking over the lovely garden courtyard, this first floor apartment features a windowed kitchen with new ceramic tiled floor, stainless dishwasher, refrigerator, gas range and microwave. There are 9 foot ceilings, hard wood and parquet floors, large closets, and pre-war detail, including picture molding and glass doorknobs.West Gate House co-op is a wonderful community with a live-in super, bike storage, storage lockers, courtyard gardens, two laundry facilities and 24-hour camera security. A number of capital improvements have recently been completed; new lobbies, skim-coated and painted common hallways, and energy efficient common area lighting. Other recent upgrades include new roofs, new elevators, thermostatic controls, and updated intercom system. Located on the corner of 181st and Cabrini Boulevard, there are an abundance of local restaurants, wine shops, fitness centers, grocers, and even a pet friendly cafe! The A train subway station, as well as the 1 train, George Washington Bridge bus terminal and numerous bus lines are just minutes away. Come join the garden club and make this Manhattan neighborhood your new home.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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