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About 344 W 145th St New York, NY 10039
Don't miss this perfectly renovated studio home offering great light and full-service building amenities in the coveted Sugar Hill section of Harlem.
This delightful studio offers what so many lack: abundant storage and a great kitchen. The beautifully updated kitchen is outfitted with top-notch stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave, surrounded by sleek lacquer cabinets and a great breakfast bar counter. In the main living space, two extra-large closets and fantastic built-ins attend to storage and provide the perfect sleeping area and desk. In the bathroom you'll find classic subway and octagonal tile, and the entire apartment is bathed in light thanks to two oversized west-facing windows.
The Hillview is a modern co-op building offering full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, laundry, bike room and a parking garage. Located at the border of Sugar Hill/Harlem and Hamilton Heights, the home is steps from Jackie Robinson Park and one block north of Saint Nicholas Park, providing the ideal combination of leafy green open space and tremendous accessibility. Grocery and drug stores, gyms and Harlem's fantastic restaurant scene are within easy reach, and the entrance A/C, B/D station is directly downstairs. Low maintenance fees. Parents buying for children, gifting, subletting, pied-à-terres and pets allowed.
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