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Simone Song Properties Open House: 160 Cabrini Blvd. #22

Simone Song Properties
160 Cabrini Blvd. #22
Hudson Heights

$675,000
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom

HUGE ONE-BEDROOM IN SOUGHT-AFTER CASTLE VILLAGE COMPLEX – A HIDDEN GEM WITH AMAZING VIEWS!

Come see this rare city gem for yourself! Step into this sun-filled, spacious one-bedroom apartment, take in the amazing views of the George Washington Bridge and Hudson River, and you will feel right at home. The lovely entry foyer is completely private, adjacent to a generous dining area with detailed chair rail moldings and a walk-in closet. The adjoining kitchen leads into a sunken living room that features exquisitely crafted lintel ceiling moldings. A spacious bedroom with ample closet space and brand new windows — through which you may enjoy the river views — complete this apartment’s appeal. This unit is part of the coveted ‘2-line’ in Castle Village, which is highly desirable because the units have triple exposure to the sun, offer superb views of the gardens, river and bridge, and have retained the pre-war architectural details unique to New York City apartments. The floors have been refinished and it has been freshly painted. The kitchen though will need your contractor’s attention.

CO-OP FEATURES: Set on 7.5 acres of landscaped lawn and gardens/doorman/24 hr. security/exercise room/indoor and outdoor play spaces/on-site garage/storage bins (wait list)/community room/roof decks/ pets permitted (one dog per household) /80% max. financing.

Castle Village is the extraordinary five-building complex set on the highest bluff above the Hudson river, nestled on 7 ½ acres of lush, manicured grounds. Designed by architect, George Fred Pelham Jr. in 1939, Castle Village won an award for excellence from the American Institute of Architects as each pre-war apartment has views of the river. With walking paths, bike paths, several playgrounds, community gardens, lawn chairs and benches, the outdoor amenities offer so many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and spectacular sunsets over the George Washington Bridge. Castle Village’s amenities are unparalleled. They include an indoor Children’s playroom, community room, laundry and roof deck for each building, storage cages, bike storage, exercise room and garage. The staff includes PT doormen, Live-in Super, Management on premises, porters and handymen. Castle Village is pet friendly and permits 80% financing. 3% flip tax. It is minutes away from gourmet stores, the lovely Cloisters Museum and Fort Tryon Park. This community is an oasis from the noise and bustle of the city, yet only 20 minutes from midtown on the A or 1 subway lines.

Amenities
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Part-Time Doorman
  • Pets Allowed
  • Garage
  • Window Units
  • Elevator
  • Gym
  • Laundry in Building
  • Outdoor Areas
  • Live-In Super
  • Heat/Hot Water Included
  • Pied-A-Terre Allowed
  • Storage
  • Roof Deck
  • Bike Room
  • Children’s Indoor and Outdoor Playground
  • Seating Around CV Grounds

Exhibition at Dyckman Farmhouse: ‘Ground Revision’

For hours: 212 304 9422. Come be immersed in the works of Peter Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister created interventions in the furniture of the historic Dyckman Farmhouse, which represents the history of the enslaved and free people that lived and worked on this site and throughout what we now call Inwood. 

Ven y explora el trabajo de Peter Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister ha creado intervenciones en los muebles de la granja y casa histórica Dyckman. Interpretación de la historia de las personas esclavas y libres que vivieron y trabajaron en este sitio que ahora llamamos Inwood. 

Exhibition at Dyckman Farmhouse: ‘Ground Revision’

For hours: 212 304 9422. Come be immersed in the works of Peter Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister created interventions in the furniture of the historic Dyckman Farmhouse, which represents the history of the enslaved and free people that lived and worked on this site and throughout what we now call Inwood. 

Ven y explora el trabajo de Peter Hoffmeister. Hoffmeister ha creado intervenciones en los muebles de la granja y casa histórica Dyckman. Interpretación de la historia de las personas esclavas y libres que vivieron y trabajaron en este sitio que ahora llamamos Inwood.