Watch the sunset and the seasons change through the primary and secondary bedroom oversized windows which offer unparalleled views of the Hudson River, Riverside Park and the George Washington bridge.
Opportunity knocks at this 2 bedroom apartment with sweeping Hudson River views. A corner unit with oversized windows allows bright light to radiate in every room throughout the day. With board approval, a second bathroom and washer/dryer can be added. Original hardwood floors throughout with elegant prewar details. The apartment seamlessly flows from one room to the next allowing you to be creative on what to do with this well appointed space.
Windowed large eat in kitchen, with potential to open up into the living room space to create an open concept living/dining room. As you enter the apartment, there is an oversized foyer, that can be converted into a second bathroom, laundry area, or used as a study/lounge.
299 Riverside Drive is a boutique, twelve-story, 57-unit well run cooperative built in 1910, with live-in superintendent, and part-time doorman, a gorgeous outdoor planting and herb garden, BBQ grill and seating areas, too. Low maintenance makes this apartment a show stopper. Bike and regular storage available for a fee.
Tree-lined 102nd Street between Riverside Drive and West End Avenue features a quaint row of brownstones on either side, the block maintained by the owner-supported and led 102nd / 103rd Street block association. Also, this location affords easy access to Riverside Park, with its variety of play spaces, including ball fields, tennis courts, dog runs and playgrounds with proximity to the 103rd Street subway station, M5 express bus, shopping, and restaurants.
Upper West Side
The Upper West Side may very well be the cultural and academic epicenter of New York City. From Lincoln Center and The Museum of Natural History to The Julliard School, The Met, and City Ballet to Columbia and Barnard Universities, The Upper West Side has long housed some of the country’s preeminent cultural institutions. Around 180,000 New Yorkers call the Upper West Side home, and about 35% are homeowners. 880 homes have sold in the neighborhood in the past three months at an average price of $2.01m, and there are currently 1064 homes available for sale.