280 Fort Washington Ave, 3 Beds, 1.5 Baths

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Geographic Area Washington Heights, 10032
This apartment is HUGE in terms of space and With Great Creativity, can be transformed into the Perfect Place to Call your new home!! In this day and Age, in a city With such limited space, when you find a rare Gem like these, The only question becomes "WHAT DO I DO WITH ALL THE SPACE!?" Long Mahogany wood Floored Hallways lead you to 3 separate Bedrooms and spills out into a Grand Open Common area! Features a Separate yet Open kitchen with stainless Steel appliances, Dishwasher & Microwave, One and a Half bathrooms, Elevator & Laundry in the building, & just a few feet to and from the Express 'A' Train to Midtown, and surrounded by Neighboring Parks, your needs Are met at every angle! The only thing missing is your own personal Chef!! To schedule a Personal Viewing please Call/Text: Christian Barber at 9146895636 (RLNE2351828)

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Washington Heights sits between the Hudson River and Harlem River. The neighborhood is also the setting for the Tony Award-winning musical, "In the Heights." This show follows the life of a Hispanic-American who lives in this section of Manhattan. 

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Spend your days outside at one of the many hilly parks in Washington Heights. You can visit the Herbert and Florence Tenzer Garden to enjoy gorgeous landscaping or head farther east to visit Highbridge Park. 

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