With its inviting entrance/dining foyer, step-down living room, and oversized bedroom, this sun-filled home provides the opportunity to live in one of the five X-shaped towers of Castle Village. This generously proportioned one bedroom/one bathroom cooperative is conveniently located on the ground floor of one of the distinguished Georgian-style buildings. The gracious layout, with separate wings for living and dining, features both a windowed bathroom and windowed kitchen. Recently updated, the kitchen features a Viking stove, granite countertops and a new refrigerator and dishwasher. The herringbone hardwood floors and French doors are original 1930's details; however, for the 21st Century there are new windows. Throughout the home there is abundant closet space; in fact, the walk-in closet in the bedroom could be converted into an office.
Designed by the noted American architect, George Fred Pelham, Jr., and built in 1939, 120 Cabrini Boulevard is one of the five buildings that comprise the one-of-a -kind luxury cooperative, Castle Village. Situated atop Manhattan's highest point, this well maintained complex features 7.5 acres of manicured grounds with walking paths, play areas, community gardens and seated pergolas. This park-like setting provides wonderful opportunities to view the George Washington Bridge and sunsets over the Hudson. Nearby are both Fort Tryon Park and The Cloisters. The multitude of amenities at 120 Cabrini Boulevard includes a resident manager, full-time doorman, porters and handymen, storage cages, bike storage, laundry room and roof deck. Convenient to public transportation, the Castle Village neighborhood has gourmet food stores, restaurants, and charming shops. The building allows 80% financing and is pet friendly.