250 Manhattan Ave APT 4A, New York, NY 10026

2 beds2 baths843 sqft Edit

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This brand new two-bedroom, two bath unit at 250 Park View is west-facing, overlooking Morningside Park and the Cathedral of St John the Divine, the 5th largest church in the world. All have open-floorplan kitchens with a counter-height dining island, granite countertops, custom hardwood cabinets and stainless steel, energy-star rated appliances. Hardwood oak floors span the living spaces with slate tiling in the baths, one of which features a Jacuzzi whirlpool tub. Large, double paned windows in every room and near-9-foot ceilings contribute to the sunny, spacious feel of this contemporary condominium. The bedroom arrangement offers separate living spaces, with one in the front and one in the back and solid wood interior doors for quiet privacy.NeighborhoodThe Great Outdoors with City ConveniencesMorningside Heights is a fun, friendly and intellectual uptown neighborhood located next to the Upper West Side and Columbia University. It has maintained both its neighborhood authenticity and affordability providing a quality of life that far exceeds many of Manhattans pricier counterparts. Just around the corner you can cool off with a local brew at the Harlem Tavern Beer Garden, rent a bicycle from MODSquad Cycles, treat your dog to a spa day at Posh Paws, or enjoy a cocktail at the trendy Lounge bar. Supermarkets, pharmacies and banks are equally accessible.250 Park View lies at the corner of Manhattan Avenue and 110th Street on the brink of Manhattan Valley and Morningside Heights, just across the street from the hills and waterfalls of Morningside Park and around the corner from the northwest entrance to the expansive Central Park. Thats a total of 873 acres of public park space, all within a block of your apartment! The great hill, picnic areas, playgrounds, a dog park, and the incomparable Conservatory Garden make this area an oasis in the big city. If sports are your passion, you can enjoy biking, swimming running and hiking in the park, join a softball league or play tennis either in Central Park or Riverside. There are at least 5 soccer fields in a 10 block radius, so no matter what you passion, you can find your niche here.Transportation: Just a short block from the B,C train at 110th St which runs down CPW and connects to all the cross town buses making both East and West Sides accessible. Also, and two blocks from both the 1 and the 2,3 trains, this apartment is just a short ride from anywhere in Manhattan. A commuters dream, here you can be a short ride from the office, but enjoy the serenity and communal feeling of living in the outer boroughs (Internet 6221724.) 

What I love about the home

KITCHEN:(Total Renovation, Excellent Condition, Open, Dishwasher) BATHROOM:(Total Renovation,Excellent Condition,Stall Shower, Windowed,Jacuzzi, Soaking Tub
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Facts

  • Lot: 30 sqft
  • Multi Family
  • Built in 1920
  • Views: 390 all time views

    Features

    • Deck
    • Jetted Tub
    • Sprinkler System
    • View: City

      Additional Features

      • Sprinkler System. Bike Room. Courtyard. Laundry Room. Rooftop Deck. Private Storage(Fee).

      Construction

      • Room count: 4
      • Stories: 7
      • Unit count: 20

      Other

      • Floor size: 843 sqft
      • Laundry: None
      • Unit floor #: 4
      • Zillow Home ID: 2111605104

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      Zillow predicts New York home values will rise 2% next year, compared to a 0.8% increase for New York Metro as a whole. Among New York homes, this home is valued 145.9% more than the midpoint (median) home, and is valued 275.2% more per square foot.

      Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In New York, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 55.6% less than in New York Metro, and 92.4% less than the national average. This lower local number could help New York home values rise more quickly than other regions in New York Metro.

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