True 7 room, 4 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home in high-ceiling prewar enclave! Tastefully renovated this year, this massive apartment in the largest line in the building is available for the first time in decades. Boasting about 1800 square feet, the 9’6” ceilings and large windows enable you to enjoy a bright and airy atmosphere.
Charm radiates from room after room of hardwood floors including the formal dining room adjoining the living room. The large, updated kitchen, featuring brand new Samsung appliances, is located just across the hall, perfect for serving guests or preparing for a relaxing meal at home. Tucked behind the kitchen is one of the bedrooms, also perfectly suited to use as a private home office. Traversing the gallery from the public area, you’ll find the second and third bedrooms, a marble-decorated full bath, and a large closet. Situated away from the rest of the apartment for maximum privacy is the enormous Primary suite, a complete package with a giant walk-in closet, full bathroom with porcelain tiles, and linen shelves.
As a prewar building from 1908, The Pinehurst has the classic touches you love (high ceilings, live-in super, tiled hallway floors, a storage cage) with the modern touches you crave such as a gym, bike storage, and garbage composting. The building also has landscaped common areas, a renovated elevator, a new boiler, and updated windows. The building is pet-friendly, and pied-a-terres, gifting, parental purchasing and co-purchasing are also possible.
Shopping, nightlife, recreation, and transportation options abound in Hudson Heights. The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal, which underwent a major renovation, brought new retail to a neighborhood already brimming with activity. Pick up what you need at Target or Marshall’s before heading for a bite out at Terravita, Saggio, or Malecon. Work it off at Blink Fitness or Planet Fitness, or head to one of the abundant neighborhood outdoor recreation sites with paths for walking, jogging, or biking. Close by are Bennett Park; J. Hood Wright Park with its dog run; Fort Washington Park featuring playgrounds, athletic fields, and the Little Red Lighthouse under the Great Gray Bridge; and Fort Tryon Park, the Heather Garden, The Cloisters, and public tennis courts. And should you overdo things when working out at the gym or in one of the parks, you have a short way to go to numerous healthcare providers including NY Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center.
When you need to travel a little further, you can take the A express train located just up the block from the building which can speed you to Midtown in only 15 minutes. The express M98 and M4 bus lines are also within two blocks and the 1 train is within a few blocks as well.