158-18 Riverside Drive West, #5H
- 1 BEDS
- 1 BATHS
- BUILT 1941
Warmly inviting and serenely quiet, this one bedroom is a perfect retreat from the frenzy of the day. Through the gracious dining area, you enter a huge living room which easily accommodates a large entertaining area plus home office. There are 4 generous closets, high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout. The huge windowed galley kitchen offers great cabinet storage and room enough for 2 to...
- On-site Gym-$75/year
- Free Bike Storage
- Full Time Doorman
- Private Indoor Garage-$250/month-WAIT LIST
- Bulk Rate Spectrum and FIOS
- Resident Super + 3 Porters + Handyman
- Bulk Rate Time Warner Cable
- Community Room
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