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17 CHITTENDEN AVE

Apt. 4D
Between West 186th Street and West 187th Street
Coop
$522,246

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Fort Washington Ave - 185th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 190th St
Essentials
Price $522,246
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure North & East
Key Features
Corner Apartment
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Good Light
Great Closet Space

*DELIGHTFULLY QUIET CORNER ONE BEDROOM* Enter and feel the beautiful expanse of this home boasting perfectly proportioned rooms with lovingly restored Classic Art Deco details throughout. The large eat-in kitchen has retained much of its original charm from the double porcelain sink to the solid wood cabinetry; a wonderful opportunity to incorporate these into a more modern design or enjoy as is. The living room is incredibly generous and the separate spacious dining area means you can easily host sit-down dinners for all your friends and family. The bathroom is vintage perfection with just the right amount of upgrades, while the bedroom is nicely removed from where you entertain for the ultimate privacy. Both the kitchen and bedroom look onto tree-tops and a red-tiled roof of the neighboring house; a little slice of European charm indeed. Throughout are basket-weave floors, 8’8” ceilings, 4 large closets, freshly painted walls and a mix of original and new fixtures; all giving a respectful nod to the era. This Sponsor unit is one of just a few remaining in the Chittenden House, designed by architect Israel L. Crausman and built in 1939. Residents enjoy a lush and serene backyard garden complete with sitting areas and BBQ, free bike storage, private storage lockers for $10/month, Resident Super, central laundry and is pet friendly. The roof is new (2015) and a wonderful deck is currently being installed with unparalleled views from the GWB to the Tappan Zee. Chittenden House is located in the heart of Manhattan's most bucolic neighborhood near beautiful Ft. Tryon Park, the Cloisters, easy access to tennis courts and bicycling trails along the Hudson River and the Little Red Lighthouse, plus the most breathtaking vistas on the island. Nearby are new cafes, restaurants and charming spots to market, groom the pets or pamper yourself with a facial or Pilates class. The A express gets you to midtown in just 20 minutes and garage parking is just around the corner. Memories start here on Chittenden Avenue; the sweetest secret in Upper Manhattan.

Additional features of this property include: Basket-Weave Floors.

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17 CHITTENDEN AVE
Chittenden House
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
33 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Private storage

This home has been sold

17 CHITTENDEN AVE
Apt. 4D
Between West 186th Street and West 187th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $522,246
Maintenance/Common Charges $1
$Washington Heights
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3.5
Exposure North & East

*DELIGHTFULLY QUIET CORNER ONE BEDROOM* Enter and feel the beautiful expanse of this home boasting perfectly proportioned rooms with lovingly restored Classic Art Deco details throughout. The large eat-in kitchen has retained much of its original charm from the double porcelain sink to the solid wood cabinetry; a wonderful opportunity to incorporate these into a more modern design or enjoy as is. The living room is incredibly generous and the separate spacious dining area means you can easily host sit-down dinners for all your friends and family. The bathroom is vintage perfection with just the right amount of upgrades, while the bedroom is nicely removed from where you entertain for the ultimate privacy. Both the kitchen and bedroom look onto tree-tops and a red-tiled roof of the neighboring house; a little slice of European charm indeed. Throughout are basket-weave floors, 8’8” ceilings, 4 large closets, freshly painted walls and a mix of original and new fixtures; all giving a respectful nod to the era. This Sponsor unit is one of just a few remaining in the Chittenden House, designed by architect Israel L. Crausman and built in 1939. Residents enjoy a lush and serene backyard garden complete with sitting areas and BBQ, free bike storage, private storage lockers for $10/month, Resident Super, central laundry and is pet friendly. The roof is new (2015) and a wonderful deck is currently being installed with unparalleled views from the GWB to the Tappan Zee. Chittenden House is located in the heart of Manhattan's most bucolic neighborhood near beautiful Ft. Tryon Park, the Cloisters, easy access to tennis courts and bicycling trails along the Hudson River and the Little Red Lighthouse, plus the most breathtaking vistas on the island. Nearby are new cafes, restaurants and charming spots to market, groom the pets or pamper yourself with a facial or Pilates class. The A express gets you to midtown in just 20 minutes and garage parking is just around the corner. Memories start here on Chittenden Avenue; the sweetest secret in Upper Manhattan.

Additional features of this property include: Basket-Weave Floors.

Corner Apartment
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Good Light
Great Closet Space
Washington Heights
Living in Washington Heights
Bordered by the Hudson and East Rivers and stretching towards the northern tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights is a thriving urban neighborhood full of green spaces, vibrant nightlife and a bustling commercial center. The area, only 20 minutes from Penn Station by train, affords residents easy access to all of New York City. It's a charming blend of the old and new, with Manhattan's most historic home sitting alongside brand new real estate developments, providing a unique backdrop for locals and visitors alike.
Explore Washington Heights
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Fort Washington Ave - 185th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 190th St
17 CHITTENDEN AVE
Chittenden House
Details
Prewar
Built in 1939
6 floors
33 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Private storage