Upper Manhattan is home to tons of beautiful apartments, and our Deal of the Week, a move-in-ready Hudson Heights 2BR, has a beautiful view to go with it. 45 Overlook Terrace #6G is located in a riverside neighborhood just north of the George Washington Bridge, and the building’s rooftop deck offers stunning panoramas overlooking the Hudson.
The Price: $620,000
Hudson Heights is a submarket of the larger Washington Heights neighborhood. The median asking price for a home in Washington Heights is $582,500, according to the StreetEasy Data Dashboard. That puts our Deal of the Week slightly higher than average for the area, but with lots of amenities and features that might make the price worth it.
One feature that helps: The minimum down payment for this Hudson Heights 2BR is only 10%. Buyers who choose to put down the 10% minimum down payment of $62,000 can expect to see monthly payments of $3,212. This includes a mortgage payment of $2,371 and a maintenance fee of $841.
Why You’ll Love It…
This Hudson Heights 2BR has received a sleek top-to-bottom renovation, which is especially apparent in the kitchen. Bright white custom cabinets, tile, and quartz countertops are complemented by a bold patterned floor that provides a pop of color. High-end appliances include a Samsung Chef Collection induction range and a Bosch dishwasher.
A breakfast bar separates the kitchen from the large living room. The focal point is a custom glass-and-steel wall that divides the living area from the second bedroom. This space could also easily be used as a home office or a den. The much larger main bedroom and Carrara marble–tiled bath are down a short hallway that’s lined with custom storage space.
The building has both an elevator and a laundry room, and it’s close to both Fort Washington Park and Fort Tryon Park, including the fabulous Met Cloisters. And finally, when a street is literally called Overlook Terrace, you better believe it has views. The panoramic river view from the rooftop is stellar.
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… And Why You Might Not
That glass wall in the living room is super-cool! But it’s also super-see-through, so if you plan to use the space as a bedroom, you’ll need to get creative about privacy. Simple curtains would probably do the trick. In addition, living this far uptown might be daunting for some. Rest assured that the A and 1 trains are both nearby for quick trips downtown. And don’t miss the video walkthrough and 3D tour on the listing.
Check out the listing at 45 Overlook Terrace #6G, and contact a StreetEasy Expert on the listing for more information.
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