The gracious layout includes a 24' long living room that has a separate dining area that also works as a home office. The windowed kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a full-size dishwasher and generous counter and storage space. You can even dine at the large kitchen island. The primary bedroom can accommodate a king-size bed and the second bedroom has two exposures and easily fits a queen or king and additional furniture. You'll appreciate the hardwood floors and the many options for arranging your furniture. There's ample closet space as well. The apartment gets very good natural sunlight, and its nearly direct south and east exposures offer a pleasant street facing view of West 192nd Street.
About the Building and the Cooperative
Fort Tryon Gardens consists of seven buildings of six stories each and is enveloped by attractive landscaped grounds. There is a resident super, common laundry room, bike storage and storage cages (waiting list), and a garage (fee). 245 Bennett Avenue also has composting and electronics recycling. Thanks to being financially sound with strong reserves, the monthly maintenance is quite reasonable and there have been significant improvements including the installation of new roofs and a video intercom system. Your pets - both canine and feline, are welcome. Reasonable policies include financing up to 90% and assistance with purchasing from non-residents. There is no flip tax.
245 Bennett Avenue in minutes away from spectacular Fort Tryon Park, a City, State and National Scenic Landmark, is 67 acres of wooded paths, beautiful gardens and dramatic unspoiled vistas of the Hudson River. The park's restaurant is scheduled to open this summer. The nearby newly renovated Jacob Javits playground has activities for all ages and is certainly one of the nicest in the city. The Met Cloisters is at the North end of the park, a one-of-a-kind museum that serves as the Medieval art branch of the Metropolitan Museum on 5th Avenue. Thanks to the Fort Tryon Park Conservancy, there are numerous public events throughout the year including summer concerts and the annual medieval festival.
Besides the A train, there is access to the #1 and numerous bus routes including the M4, M98 (rush hour limited stops to Lexington Ave. & 68th Street), and the M100 and BX7 on Broadway. Shopping is abundant with a Shop Fare food market one block away on Broadway, convenience stores, restaurants, post office and an expansive Key Food on Broadway and 187th Street. A little further afield are gourmet markets and restaurants and the bakery on Fort Washington Avenue. To the South is the 181st Street corridor with 10 blocks of commercial activity with retail stores and restaurants, and one-half mile North in Inwood, Dyckman street has an interesting array of eateries and is the gateway to Inwood Hill Park, 196 acres of nature, including the last remaining old growth forest in Manhattan.
There is a monthly assessment of $180.66 through July 2024 for building capital improvements that is being paid in full by the seller. Showings are by appointment, and we also offer neighborhood orientation tours should you be unfamiliar with this exceptional area of uptown Manhattan. There is so much to discover!
Building Features 5 Floors45 Units
$585,000$14,000 - 69 days ago
Listed on Dec 08, 2022
170 Days on Market
2 Beds / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,117
Exclusively listed with: Corcoran Group Source: RLS
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