L-31 is a spacious 2-bedroom co-op apartment located at Hudson View Gardens. Nestled in 5 acres of gardens and grounds, this third-floor apartment is situated in one of the non-elevatored buildings (one flight down from the garden's driveway and two short flights up). This utterly charming apartment has exposures both to the west and to the east with wonderful cross breezes, and terrific light throughout the day. The spacious living room has lovely views of the gardens and trees. The two full-sized bedrooms-one facing east to the gardens, and the other, west with partial river and GW Bridge views-have wonderful proportions as well as 2 closets in each bedroom. The kitchen with light quartz counters is equipped with stainless steel appliances (fridge, stove, DW, and microwave), and has abundant cabinet and storage with a spacious windowed dining area. There are 7 closets in total. The bathroom has been renovated in pristine white. Hudson View Gardens is an iconic Tudor-style co-op with many services, amenities, concerts, events, and is an exceptional community to come home to! (There is an on-going capital assessment of $232.77. The one installed AC surcharge is $26.94 per month)
CO-OP and NEIGHBORHOOD FEATURES: English Tudor-style architecture / five acres of tended gardens / outdoor patio/ Rose Garden and seating areas/ patio area with grill/ driveway with off-street parking (extra charge) / 24-hour security / large community room for concerts, yoga, annual arts & crafts fair, party space for rent / art studio space/ parent-organized playgroup and playground / guest apartment / Gym/ package room and mail delivery to your door / basement storage/ bike-storage / G & E included in maintenance (extra charge for AC). Pet-friendly / 75% maximum financing permitted. Hudson View Gardens was built in 1924 as one of the city's first co-ops and has been 100% shareholder-owned since its inception. This charming complex consists of nine elevatored, six-story buildings (buildings A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H and J), and six four-story walk-ups (buildings K,L,M,R,S and T). Bennett Park, the highest natural point in Manhattan, is across the street. Minutes away from many restaurants, cafes, shops, and all services, and across the street from the A-train, the #1-Local train, and busses are nearby. Fort Tryon Park and The Met Cloisters Museum are just up the street. Hudson View Gardens is an amazing complex in a friendly neighborhood with all the amenities that you need are simply minutes away.