Come revisit this charming and spacious 4 1/2 room apartment located in Hudson View Gardens which was recently updated; bedroom floors were refinished and the bathtub was re-glazed. Still It retains many of the original details including the kitchen cabinets, butcher block counter and the Murphy bed area presently outfitted with shelving for your books or photographs. With two large bedrooms, one with a river and bridge view, an eating area with room for at least 6 and a sizeable living room, this spacious,affordable home is a rare Manhattan find. Seven closets, one of which is "double deep," solve any urban dweller storage needs. Although a first floor apartment due to its East and West exposures, light follows you throughout the day. In addition to the monthly Maintenance of $1,137, there is a permanent monthly assessment of $175. 53. CO-OP FEATURES: Stunning Hudson View Gardens, designed by renowned architect George Frederick Pelham, has 4 acres of beautiful plantings and gorgeous flowering trees along its Tudor style exterior. The terraced gardens overlooking the private drive are lined with cascading plants and tall gingko trees. It has a classic English sitting rose garden, beautiful all year long with evergreen trees and shrubs, a private picnic terrace overlooking the river, a newly upgraded children’s playground, as well as mail delivery to your apartment, central package delivery room, live-in super, on-site management and 24 hour security. The Lounge is used for music, arts, and cultural events, as well as classes, and can be rented for private parties. The Co-op 1BR penthouse apartment (which used to be the building’s radio station!) can be rented for guests. HVG is the only apartment building in northern Manhattan that is listed on the federal and state National Register of Historic Places
NEIGHBORHOOD INFO: Located in the Hudson Heights area: W 181 Street is a bustling neighborhood street with restaurants / bars, including an expanded, well stocked wine/liquor store, dry cleaners, fitness center and cafes. Across Henry Hudson Parkway, there are tennis courts on the banks of the Hudson River and a great bike path that takes you downtown. On W 187th Street you'll find more shops and restaurants. A short walk north brings you to Fort Tryon Park with lush gardens, winding paths, the new Leaf Cafe and the Cloisters Museum. The "A" express train, on W 181st and W 190th Streets, delivers you to 42nd Street in less than 20 minutes: also convenient to local and express bus services.