Located in the very sought-after, up-and-coming Hudson Heights neighborhood, this oversized three-bedroom one and a half apartment offers great value with tremendous upside. Come home to a street surrounded by beautiful looming prewar facades, along with a vibrant nightlife and a booming restaurant sector. This is a great opportunity to buy into an extremely flexible co-op, located in the most rapidly appreciating section of Manhattan.
Spanning over 1400 sqft with a thoughtful layout, this home offers both scale and functionality. Upon entering the apartment you are welcomed by an open, dining/living room perfectly fit for entertaining any number of guests. Just off the living room you will find an open fully equipped chef's kitchen with an abundance of cabinet storage, new stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher) and marble countertops throughout. Just off the living room you will find the sprawling master bedroom that can accommodate a king sized bed and any additional furniture set.
Down a long hallway, you will find two additional generous bedrooms that offer a quiet retreat with a layout conducive for good separation and privacy within the home. Additionally you will find one and a half newly tiled bathrooms (one with laundry hook up in place). The unit (including each bedroom) offers multiple closets big enough for any wardrobe or for extra storage purposes. Note: There are no load-bearing walls, so reconfiguration of the space is fully achievable including the possibility of adding a full second bathroom.
The boutique cooperative known as Pinehurst House comprises 752 West 178th Street, 5 Pinehurst Avenue and 9 Pinehurst Avenue. This financially sound co-op offers a tremendous opportunity with great upside, and makes sense for users or investors. This rare sponsor unit offers the following: an unlimited subletting policy, no board interview, pied-a-terre, co-purchasing, washer/dryer, parental purchasing, gifting, an on-site super and pets allowed. The A express train is located 500 feet from the apartment and can have you to midtown in 15 minutes. The express M98 and M4 bus lines are also within walking distance. The George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal, which just completed a major renovation, has brought a new major retail corridor to the neighborhood adding to the property's value. Nearby you can find Ft. Tyron Park, the Heather Garden, The Cloisters, The Little Red LightHouse, Under the Great Gray Bridge, public tennis courts, Planet Fitness Gym, Blink Gym and the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.
Building Features 5 Floors38 Units
$875,000 / $625 per ft²
Listed on Jan 07, 2021
53 Days on Market
3 Beds / 1.5 Baths / 1,400 ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $1,345
Exclusively listed with: Stephen P. Wald Real Estate Associates Source: RLS
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