*120 Bennett Avenue Apartment 5B* In the serene and charming Hudson Heights neighborhood, home to Fort Tyron Park and The Cloisters, a museum that showcasing European medieval architecture awaits this beautiful, colossal alcove-studio home perched on a south facing 5th floor of one of the well-known Art Deco buildings in the area. The colossal studio includes 2 large closets in the entry foyer and a spacious alcove space that's adjacent to the unit's separate, windowed kitchen. All windows in the apartment face south. The apartment flaunts classic character with an archway, built-in bookshelves and a sunken living room. The ever-homey pre-war is adorned in marble and retro art. It features 2 elevators; a laundry room; storage; bike room; mail chute with daily pick-up; building porter/super and an enchanting, furnished garden. The building is situated equidistant to the 1 and A subway stations about 3 blocks away and the M7 bus 1 block away that goes downtown as an alternative. The neighborhood offers abundant green space, 2nd largest on Manhattan with Fort Tryon Park, Inwood Hill Park and Cabrini Park within super close proximity! Delectable eats are also in store with the neighborhoods diverse set of restaurants, especially on the Dyckman strip! Just around the corner from the building, you are greeted by the 187 street stairs! This famously long set of stairs is built into Fort Washington! Fort Washington, a fortified position at the north end of Manhattan, at the island's highest elevation! This landmark is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was built in 1776 Fun fact! This cooperative building has lenient subletting policies with unlimited subletting after owner lives in the apartment one year. Only cats are allowed at this building.