Hudson Heights Two-Bedroom in Historic Tudor Asks $719K
Hudson Heights, Manhattan
🛏 2 bed 🛁 1 bath
The neighborhood name may not be well known, but Hudson Heights is a cherished hidden gem for those that live there. Situated high in Upper Manhattan, the area is also the highest natural point on the island, with the highest point being in Bennett Park, at 265ft above sea level.
Just across the street and only a few feet lower stands this fine Tudor-style apartment complex, with a history stretching back to 1923 and a previous title as the largest co-op in New York!
The interior of this two-bedroom has a warm feeling straight out of "Country Living" magazine, with large square-pane windows letting in light and giving views of the co-op building's purpose-built garden areas.
Located at Pinehurst Ave and West 183rd, you'll have Bennett Park as your front yard and the Hudson River Greenway accessible via a pedestrian overpass two blocks away, with amazing views of the George Washington Bridge.
Depending where you're headed, the 'A' Train (181st / Fort Washington) is a block and a half south, while the '1' Train is a bit farther at 181st and St. Nicholas.
For more information and to schedule a tour, contact Simone Song Properties
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