2 BD, 1 BA

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Beautiful sun-filled, spacious mint move-in two-bedroom apartment in stunning pre-war building on Riverside Drive. The apartment features a state of the art chef's kitchen with white lacquer cabinets, a marble countertop and top of the line stainless steel appliances. Plus a gorgeous renovated bathroom, all new electrical, and tons of closet space. Pre-war details throughout the apartment with high ceilings, stunning wood floors, moldings and a large second bedroom, which is currently used as a sitting room/den. Park views from both bedrooms and a view of the Hudson river from one and light from every room. This is an end unit apartment on the top floor in move-in condition.

1793 Riverside Drive is a six floor elevator pre-war building built in the 1920's nestled between The Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park and Inwood Park, with easy access to tennis courts, hiking, dog parks, and bike paths that run along the Hudson River to Battery Park. Building features a live in super, brand new laundry in the basement, and the possibility of storage space. Pets are welcomed! Near restaurants, shops and transportation which include two train lines, the A line and 1 train, express bus and so much more.

Courtesy of: Brown Harris Stevens
Property: 1793 RIVERSIDE DR


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  • Elevator Elevator
  • Pre war Pre war

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