It’s never easy to find a two-bedroom in Manhattan for under $1 million, and this lovely co-op at 25 Chittenden Avenue in Washington Heights has even more than its $800,000 price tag to offer. Its top-floor, corner location affords its spectacular Hudson River views. Plus, it’s been newly renovated with tons of chic, Scandi-style built-ins. And if you’re looking for a move-in ready option, the new kitchen and sweet paint job mean your decorating could be taken care of.
In the sunken living room, the built-ins provide the perfect place to hide all your electronics. They also have bookshelves, a built-in desk, and window ledges. Original built-ins grace the dining room.
The kitchen comes complete with a breakfast bar, “eco-friendly material” counters, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, and some cool frosted glass cabinets.
The master bedroom is also newly renovated, with floor-to-ceiling built-in storage and a lovely window seat.
The apartment last sold in 2009 for $472,500. The building has a shared backyard, storage units, a laundry room, and is pet-friendly. Chittenden Avenue is a tiny cul-de-sac overlooking the Hudson River. It’s the same street where the famous “Pumpkin House” is located.
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Listing photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : washington heights