720 FORT WASHINGTON AVEApt. 5Y
Between West 190th Street and West 192nd Street Washington Heights
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Exposure North & West
- Security guard
- Pet friendly
FEATURED IN CORCORAN'S LITTLE BOOK OF BIG VALUES... Spacious Pre-War One Bedroom Beauty: No need to hassle with a renovation when you can move right in to this jumbo 1 BR/1BA (the largest 1 BR line in the building) that is loaded with pre-war detail and abundant natural light. The owners of this 6th floor home have thoughtfully restored and renovated everything from top to bottom, including skim coated walls, handsome hardwood floors with mahogany borders, and sparkling tiling and pedestal sink in the bathroom. The bright and functional windowed kitchen offers ample counter and storage space and new appliances throughout. Separate dining and office areas complement a generously-sized living room and bedroom. Known for its beautiful Art Deco lobby, the building is steps to Fort Tryon Park and The Cloisters (part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art). The elevator coop is comprised of 2 buildings and is very well run and meticulously maintained. Friendly board, a live-in superintendent, on-site fitness facility, and pets are welcome so the pups will love the dog run nearby. 90% financing is possible but your lender may require more. If you're not familiar with the neighborhood, hop on the A train and travel about 20 minutes north of Columbus Circle to 190th Street to discover Hudson Heights -- it's worth the trip!
Additional features of this property include: Large Bedroom with Double Exposures, Step Down Living Room, Bountiful Closet & Storage Space, Ceilings Over 8 1/2 Feet High, Windowed Kitchen & Bathroom, and Beautiful Original Hardwood Floors with Borders.
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.
720 FORT WASHINGTON AVE
Fort Washington Ave - Margaret Corbin Dr7 mins
Broadway - 190th St7 mins
Beautiful Art Deco building built in 1939. Apartments are spacious, usually featuring sunken living rooms, built ins, very good closet space, arched entryways and beautiful wooden floors. The building’s beautiful lobby is “Art Deco” and has a mural created via FDR’s works projects that depicts the battle of Fort Washington featuring Revolutionary Soldiers, Hessians and British Soldiers! The building also has storage, a laundry room, live-in super and handyman, as well as porters. The co-op includes 730 Ft. Washington Avenue
Additional features of this building include: Live-in Super & Handyman, On Site Fitness Facility (approx. $240/year), Pet Friendly, Bicycle Room, Private Storage .
- Built in 1939
- 6 floors
- 150 units
- Pet friendly
- Security guard
- Central laundry room
- Common courtyard
- Exercise room
- Private storage