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360 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 2F
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Imagine awakening to the soothing sound of birdsong in Cabrini Woods Nature Preserve, seasonal vistas of the Hudson River, and pleasant views of your building's lush private gardens. No need to imagine this reality can be yours in Residence 2F a meticulously renovated, Art Deco Junior-4 gem in the desirable 360 Cabrini Boulevard cooperative. Entering through the gracious foyer outfitted with two large closets, you'll find a spacious and inviting one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with dining roomwhich may be converted to a nursery or home office. 2F, furthermore, is distinct from other units in the line with its impressive, 9'6' ceilings, unique to this floor. No expense was spared in giving life to this home's brand new, high-end kitchen, brand new subway-tiled, windowed bathroom, and handsome refinished hardwood flooring with original inlaid details. With these sumptuous finishes, there's no need to change a thing just move right in and enjoy this loveliest of homes on the loveliest of Hudson Heights' boulevards. This is turnkey at its best (and is Daisy-the-Dachshund approved)!
Set on the summit of Cabrini Boulevard, with the Hudson River as its western border and the Cabrini Woods Nature Preserve and bird sanctuary to its north, 360 Cabrini is a premiere cooperative community located on Hudson Heights' most desirable block. A fine example of the Art Deco style, 360 Cabrini was constructed in 1941 and comprises 110 residences. Shareholders enjoy the services of an attentive staff, including resident superintendent, daytime porter, and doorman on duty from 4pm-12midnight, seven days per week. The building features private gardens, a newly renovated laundry facility, low-cost, high-speed internet, and storage cages and bicycle room for a modest monthly fee. 360 Cabrini is known for its diligent Board of Directors, adept professional management team, and impeccable financials.
Recently referred to as Manhattan's 'hidden gem' by The New York Times, Hudson Heights crowns the highest natural point in Manhattan and offers some of the most prolific acreage of public parks per capita of any neighborhoodincluding the magical 66-acres that comprise Fort Tryon Park, a New York City treasure. The area is a cyclist's dream with miles of bicycle lanes and paths traversing the neighborhood's hills and cliffs, the George Washington Bridge, and leading to the geologically monumental Palisades across the Hudson River. Cultural offerings abound, including The Met Cloisters museum, the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra, the Cornerstone Chorale, Hudson Heights String Academy, and numerous other attractions. Gourmet markets, boutique wine shops, dining, and other neighborhood amenities are all within a stone's throw, and the nearby A/1 subway lines make for a quick commute to midtown Manhattan, making this area a natural choice for those seeking the perfect combination of convenience and livability.
Pied--Terre Use: Allowed
Tax Deductibility: Approx. 42%
Gifting: Permitted w/ Board Approval
Guarantors: Permitted w/ Board Approval
Co-Purchasing: Permitted w/ Board Approval
Transfer Fee: $30 Per Share, Payable By Seller
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Building Features 6 Floors110 Units
Listed on Sep 15, 2020
36 Days on Market
1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $858
Exclusively listed with: Cooper & Cooper Real Estate Source: RLS
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