$699K Hudson Heights co-op updates 1930s Deco details for 21st-century life
Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman
This two-bedroom co-op at 420 Bennett Avenue in Hudson Heights, asking $699,000, has 1930s Deco details like a sunken living room and arched doorways. A complete renovation has updated that pre-war perfection for 21st-century living. The building’s location at the edge of Fort Tryon Park, which sits at one of the highest points in Manhattan, feels a lot like some of the best stretches of the Upper West Side.
A windowed galley kitchen is both efficient and stylish, with maple cabinets, quartz countertops, and GE professional series appliances. A wine fridge and a coffee station mean you can keep plenty of your favorite beverages close at hand.
Step up from the living room to the wide foyer that can be used as an elegant dining room. There’s also plenty of room to devote part of the spacious living room to dining.
The primary bedroom has an ensuite bath and ample closet space in two big closets. The second bedroom can also access the full bath. This smaller bedroom is still a comfortable size and would also make a great guest room or office.
Though there isn’t more detail on the “top-of-the-line air conditioners” mentioned in the listing, you can count on their presence. The building boasts Art Deco details like original murals, and classic co-op amenities like a part-time doorman, resident superintendent, elevator, garden, central laundry, bike room, and storage. The 1 and A trains stop nearby, and Fort Tryon Park is steps away.
[Listing details: 120 Bennett Avenue 4L at CityRealty]
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman