ONE OF THE BEST LAYOUTS IN HUDSON HEIGHTS
Cabrini Terrace | 900 West 190th Street, Apt 7D
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Welcome home to this sprawling, true two-bedroom home with sunny, eastern exposures and pleasant city views. Among the most desirable layouts found in 900 West 190th Street, this home features two spacious bedrooms, newly renovated bathroom, and five large closets. The open kitchen with breakfast bar is equipped to satisfy the demands of the most exacting chef and opens into the living space, which is remarkable in its flexibility, affording ample room for entertaining, dining, and even a home office space that may be converted into a third bedroom.
Set on the summit of West 190th Street, with the Hudson River as its western border and the Cabrini Woods Nature Preserve and bird sanctuary to its north, Cabrini Terrace is a premiere cooperative community located on Hudson Heights' most desirable block. Cabrini Terrace was constructed in 1955, converted to cooperative in 1986, and comprises 217 residences. Shareholders enjoy the services of an attentive staff, including resident superintendent and full-time doorman. The building features a lovely private courtyard, park-like landscaped grounds, a newly renovated laundry facility, community room, and bicycle room for a monthly fee. Cabrini Terrace is known diligent Board of Directors, adept professional management team, and green solar cogeneration plant that helps keep maintenance costs low.
Recently referred to as Manhattan's 'hidden gem' by The New York Times, Hudson Heights crowns the highest natural point in Manhattan and offers some of the most prolific acreage of public parks per capita of any neighborhoodincluding the magical 66-acres that comprise Fort Tryon Park, a New York City treasure. The area is a cyclist's dream with miles of bicycle lanes and paths traversing the neighborhood's hills and cliffs, the George Washington Bridge, and leading to the geologically monumental Palisades across the Hudson River. Cultural offerings abound, including The Met Cloisters Museum, the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra, the Cornerstone Chorale, the Hudson Heights String Academy, and numerous other attractions. Gourmet markets, boutique wine shops, dining, and other neighborhood amenities are all within a stone's throw, and the nearby A/1 subway lines make for a quick commute to midtown Manhattan, making this area a natural choice for those seeking the perfect combination of convenience and livability.
Pets: Cats Only; No Dogs
Tax Deduct.: Approx. 40%
Transfer Fee: 2% Payable By Seller
Bicycle Storage: Yes; Fee & Waitlist
Doorman: Full-Time Attended Lobby
Co-Purchasing: Permitted With Board Approval
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