Sprawling, renovated 3br (convertible to 4-5br), 3.5ba with open South, North and West views from 30 massive floor-to-ceiling windows.
The oversized pin-drop quiet home features a nearly 1,000sf loft-like living space that easily accommodates multiple seating and dining areas, as well as a grand piano. But if you need more bedrooms and/or home offices, the layout is also extremely flexible and can be modified to suit many different living arrangements. The North side of the living space can be seamlessly walled off to create a large fourth bedroom, and a fifth bedroom can be easily carved out of the primary bedroom. Prior to the combination that created this home, the primary bedroom was originally configured as two separate bedrooms (and still has two heating/cooling sources), and can easily be converted back to this layout, a bedroom plus a windowed home office, or a bedroom with a massive walk-in-closet. There are so many possibilities with this large and flexible space!
The renovated, open kitchen features a 9ft long walnut peninsula, Corian countertops, white Poliform drawers and cabinets, a lovely mosaic tile backsplash, and Miele and Sub Zero appliances, including a paneled dishwasher and under cabinet wine fridge. All three bedrooms can fit a King-size bed. The two primary baths are outfitted with deep Zuma soaking tubs, separate showers, and Jerusalem tiled floors and walls. The renovated powder room features Dornbracht fixtures and custom walnut millwork. The powder room used to be a full bathroom and can easily be converted back (plumbing is still intact behind the millwork). Rounding out the features of this amazing home are 9ft ceilings, an in-unit W/D, newly refinished white oak wood floors, and open views from floor-to-ceiling windows in every room and even a peak of the river from the living room.
The Hudson Condominium is a full-service luxury condominium featuring a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, gym (with an outdoor terrace), children’s play room and a beautiful planted roof deck with panoramic views of the Hudson River and skyline. Located steps from the Hudson River Park and Greenway, Riverside South and Lincoln Center, as well as the new Harry’s Table by Cipriani, Whole Foods and Morton Williams. Across the street is the Gertrude Ederle Recreation Center, which has a gym, basketball court, pool and ping pong, all for the annual cost of $150 for adults, $25 for seniors, $25 for young adults and free for people under 18. One dog permitted with no breed or size restrictions; no limits on cats. Non-smoking building.
Taxes listed reflect usage as a primary residence and tax commission reduction.