Located in the very sought-after Hudson Heights neighborhood, this one-bedroom apartment offers great value with tremendous upside. Come home to a charming pre-war coop with a small neighborhood feel, and nearby vibrant nightlife with a booming restaurant sector. This offering presents a great opportunity to buy into a very flexible boutique co-op, located in the most rapidly appreciating section of Manhattan.
No detail was spared during this complete and meticulous gut renovation with high end condo finishes. This beautiful and spacious apartment seamlessly merges historic prewar detail with stylish and modern design, giving the home a classic downtown feel.
Upon entering the apartment you are welcomed by an open kitchen and living area with high ceilings flanked by a wall of exposed brick. The open, epitome of chic, fully equipped chef’s kitchen is comprised of a large quartz waterfall countertop with breakfast bar for seating, a 4-burner Bertazzoni cooking range, built-in microwave, Summit refrigerator, a dishwasher, and an abundance of cabinet storage. The unit comes equipped with track and recessed lighting throughout with multiple control and light settings. Off the kitchen there is a large living room flooded with bright natural light that can easily accommodate generous areas for sitting and dining.
The bedroom is located just off the living room offering good separation within the home. It comes equipped with a double-wide closet large enough for any wardrobe or storage purposes. The bathroom features porcelain tile that will maintain its timeless appeal. Additionally, the unit includes brand new red oak wood flooring throughout, and newly installed, thermally insulated double-hung windows.
The Hudson features pre-war details and is a well-run, pet-friendly Cooperative with a live-in super, on-site laundry, bike room and additional storage. It has a strong management company, flexible co-op board, and owner-friendly sublet policy that makes it an excellent opportunity for a savvy investor.
The A express train is located just down the block from the building and can speed you to Midtown in just 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. The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal, which just completed a major renovation, is bringing new retail to a neighborhood already brimming with plenty of shopping, nightlife, and a recently built Planet Fitness gym center. Abundant outdoor recreation includes the J. Hood Wright Park with its dog run just across Ft. Washington Avenue; 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. The apartment is located a short walk from numerous healthcare providers including NY Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center.