The apartment features the sought-after 20' long sunken living room, large entry/dining foyer, kitchen that was renovated to have a center island and full-size washer/dryer. Plenty of cabinet and counter space for food prep, large eat in kitchen with a granite island top for easy clean up after munching and a pass-through to the dining area in case everyone is home. And possibly the rarest of rare kitchen appliances - a food disposal sink, refrigerator w water and ice maker door.
The master bedroom will fit whatever size bed you have and there are two generous closets. Second bedroom has the 1/2 bath as well as its own closet. There are multiple overhead storage areas built in that take advantage of the ceiling height to very possibly, shockingly, give you almost enough space to keep all your stuff in the apartment..
100 Bennett is an Art Deco building built in 1939, with a classically-appointed lobby, two elevators, bike room, live-in Super and childrens play area.
Hudson Heights is a quiet gem of an enclave on the island of Manhattan. The street layout essentially creates one huge cul-de-sac that quiets the area by calming the traffic, while there is still immediate access to the A-train running below the neighborhood. Or take a short walk to the 1-train and bus lines that head down the East or West sides. .
There are numerous restaurants and lots of shops close by for the daily sundries. Lastly - you have the river views and fields of Fort Tryon Park, the art of The Metropolitans Cloisters Museum, and easy access to the Hudson River Greenway for cycling and running enthusiasts.
$700,000 / $538 per ft²
Listed on Jun 17, 2019
124 Days on Market
2 Beds / 1.5 Baths / 1,300 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,078
Open House (Appointment only)
Exclusively listed with: Sovereign Associates, Inc
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