#B44 is an elegant, spacious one bedroom pre-war condominium home with 9' ceilings, hardwood floors and peaceful open north views with great light. The entrance foyer is both large and welcoming with the interior side of the original front door stripped showing the attractive metal door of the period. The windowed eat in kitchen is expansive and has been updated with new cabinetry, oak wood butcher block counter tops, stainless steel appliances including a cooks stove and GE refrigerator. There's also brand new subway tile and backsplash and floor tile. The living room is also graceful, with beautiful hard wood floors, new baseboard molding, new picture frame molding, crown molding and resurfaced window framing. The living room also has fantastic open northern views. Similarly, the bedroom is also spacious, with hardwood floors, two good sized closets and windows facing north with open views and great light. The windowed bathroom too has that pre-war graceful style, with a recently installed antique pedestal sink, original re-glazed soaking tub and shower, brass fixtures and subway tile throughout the bath. Enjoy the tranquility of this home with the melodious sounds of birds chirping and the occasional romantic, faint sound of a fog horn from a distant Hudson River boat.

Located only about 1.5 blocks from the #1 train and close to the A and C trains, and the M4 M5 and Bx6 buses. Surrounded by local restaurants, cafes and boutique shopping north and south from Washington Heights, to Hamilton Heights and Harlem. Also adjacent to Riverside Park and the epic Hudson Greenway along the Hudson River from Inwood Hill Park at the top of Manhattan south to Battery Park. Additionally, the apartment is about ten blocks from Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital. 779 Riverside Drive, known as Crillon Court, has a full time doorman, resident superintendent, laundry room, private storage, bike storage and garage parking ( separate fee) with elevator access in the lobby. Since Crillon Court is a condominium, it's an ideal second home or investment property. Up to 90% financing is permitted, and it's easy to rent! Washer Dryer permitted in the apartment.

Lastly, and as important, Crillon Court is in the Audubon Park Historic District. Located between West 155th and West 158th street and between Broadway and Edward M. Morgan Place on the east and Riverside Drive West on the west. It's also next to Audubon Terrace Historic District on the southeast. Named for naturalist John James Audubon, who purchased 20 acres there when the area was mostly farms, woodland and country estates. Composed of 19 buildings with various architectural styles. Crillon Court, is a condominium built in the Arts and Crafts style. A buff brick building, adorned with terra-cotta and decorative brickwork, U-shaped in plan with a spacious front facing, elegant court. Built in 1926, it's name, Crillon Court pays homage to the Hotel Crillon in Paris, one of the world's oldest luxury hotels. It's a charming pre-war building and a great place to call home and invest.

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Building Features 6 Floors92 Units

full time doorman
pet friendly
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Exposures: North
Pet Policy: BuildingYes,Yes

$599,000 / $735 per ft²

$6,000  -  91 days ago

Listed on Mar 17, 2022

203 Days on Market

1 Bed / 1.0 Bath / 814 ft²

Total Monthly expenses: $1,228

Maintenance: $965 / R.E. Taxes $263

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Exclusively listed with: Douglas Elliman Real Estate Source: RLS

Thomas Healy


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