804 West 180th StreetApt. 47
Corner of West 180th Street and Pinehurst Avenue Washington Heights
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- Exposure North
- Pet friendly
- Full city view
- Excellent light
- Hardwood floors
- Oversized windows
- Prewar detail
*TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE* Don't let anyone convince you that here is no such thing as a 1BR apartment in Manhattan for under $200,000. It really does exist, and this is it! At this price, you could settle for a studio with a Pullman style kitchen. But why would you do that? With its higher ceilings and beautiful light, this one bedroom home feels larger than it is. Add to that a real step in kitchen and a foyer that is generous enough to be "usable" space, and you have the perfect starter home. Situated in a well run building with resident superintendent, central laundry, storage lockers and bike room just a few steps from the restaurants and shops that line Fort Washington Avenue and 181st Street, you might expect this apartment to be noisy. But you would be wrong. Come take a listen and look. You will discover that in this home you can both live AND sleep! When it's time to get up and out, the express A-train just around the corner will have you in midtown in just 20 minutes. Low price. Low maintenance. Quiet. Light. Convenience. We don't expect this opportunity to last long. Please note there is a Cap Assessment of $33.48/mon on this unit. One more thing: seller financing is available to eligible and qualified buyers. Contact Paul Cole at 646-596-0160 for details.
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.
804 West 180th Street
Fort Washington Ave - 181st St7 mins
Saint Nicholas Ave - 181st St7 mins
Pre-war building made up of 44 apartments.
Additional features of this building include: Central Laundry, Live-In Super, Storage in Basement for Addl. Fee, Bike Room.
- Built in 1910
- 6 floors
- 44 units
- Pet friendly
- Central laundry room