About this property
Once in a while, an exceptional apartment comes on the market but you delay making an appointment and it sells before you have a chance to make a bid. Do NOT make this mistake again. This one-of-a-kind 4 room unit must be seen to be appreciated. In its original form, it was a one bedroom apartment with a full dining room and living room. In later years, it was reconfigured to combine the dining and living areas together and to carve out a comfortable bedroom from the overall space. It works beautifully! Additionally, it features a foyer large enough to accommodate a family sized dining room table, an eating area in the kitchen, 5 large closets, northern and eastern exposures and lots of light. A truly spectacular well designed apartment.
Built in 1924 and located in the heart of Hudson Heights, Hudson View Gardens is a meticulously maintained example of English Tudor-style architecture. Located on 4 acres of tended gardens, this unique setting allows you to feel as if you live in the country while being in Manhattan! Some of the many amenities of Hudson View Gardens include: a parking drive for residents and their guests, an outdoor patio for residents where you can grill and eat while overlooking the Hudson River, a rental apartment for residents’ guests, live-in super and staff, on-site management, 24-hour security, a large central laundry room, daily mail delivery to your apartment door, a residents-only preschool, an upgraded playground area, an event space with year-round programming, a gym, bike rooms, and walk-in storage units. Hudson View Gardens is 1 block to the A train, and just a few blocks from Fort Tryon Park, with The Cloisters and some of the city’s most gorgeous vistas of the Hudson River.
NEIGHBORHOOD INFO: Located in the Hudson Heights area: W 181 Street is a bustling neighborhood street with restaurants / bars, including an expanded, well stocked wine/liquor store on Pinehurst Avenue, dry cleaners, fitness center and cafes. Across Henry Hudson Parkway, there are tennis courts on the banks of the Hudson River and a great bike path that takes you downtown. On W 187th Street you’ll find more shops and restaurants. A short walk north brings you to Fort Tryon Park with lush gardens, winding paths, the new Leaf Cafe and the Cloisters Museum. The “A” express train, on W 181st and W 190th Streets, delivers you to 42nd Street in less than 20 minutes: also convenient to local and express bus services.
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