259 Bennett Avenue, #6H

1 BATH | Coop | rented

Between West 192nd Street & Bennett Avenue
WEB ID: 2831807
    • 1 BATHS
    • POST-WAR
    • BUILT 1951

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    About 259 Bennett Avenue, #6H

    *HIGH FLOOR SUNNY STUDIO* Flooded with light from the south and east through a sweet corner window, this newly renovated studio is a delightful escape from the buzz of the city. If you enjoy cooking, you’ll love the large, functional kitchen with fantastic cabinet storage and work space, deep sink, stainless appliances and pretty grey quartz counters that extend to create a dining counter. The ...

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      259 Bennett Avenue

      259 Bennett Avenue

      Apartment Building in Washington Heights

      Between West 192nd Street & Bennett Avenue

      49 UNITS
      5 STORIES
      1951 BUILT
      Listing Courtesy of Corcoran