807 Riverside DriveApt. 4B
Between West 157th Street and West 158th Street Washington Heights
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,400
- Exposure North & East
- New Development
- Pet friendly
- Partial city view
- Dining room
- Great closet space
- Hardwood floors
- New windows
Space, space and more space at an incredible value--This is what you'll find at Apartment 4B at 807 Riverside Drive. The apartment, which is currently set up as a classic 5, features original Parquet Hardwood floors, a huge living room, 2 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an abundance of closet space, and a formal dining room which is currently being used as a 3rd bedroom.
The building, built in 1924 and part of a cluster of recent condo conversions, is located on the architecturally beautiful and newly landmarked "Audubon Park Historic District" (audubonparkny.com). Within a mile radius you will find excellent cafes', bakeries, restaurants and entertaining hot spots in the revered Manhattanville piers. Also, within walking distance, you will find access to both Riverside Park and River Bank State Park. The later consists of 28 acres of roof top inspired multi level facilities which includes an indoor Olympic style pool, an outdoor lap pool, covered skating rink, amphitheaters, playgrounds, ball fields, a restaurant and spectacular views of the Hudson.
Transportation amenities include: the # 1 Train a block and away, C train 2 blocks away, and the M4/ M5/ Bx 6 buses near by. Close proximity to the Westside Highway and George Washington Bridge round out the auto access.
155th Street to Dyckman Street, from the Harlem River to the Hudson River.
Stretching from river to river, the bustling neighborhood of Washington Heights is inspiring more than just the hit Broadway musical, “In the Heights.” Some believe that the value to be found in Washington Heights recalls that found on the Upper West Side in the 80’s — three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartments are not unusual. With its diverse housing stock, Washington Heights (also known as WaHi) boasts five- and six-story prewar apartment buildings, row houses, and Art-Deco co-ops. The Tudor-style Hudson View Gardens complex and Castle Village and Beaux-Arts co-ops such as the Grinnell and the Riviera are just some of the spots with apartments for sale.