W. 190th Street & Cabrini Boulevard, 3 Beds, 1 Bath

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Geographic Area Washington Heights, 10040
Act now! This Hudson Heights apartment will not be on the market for very long! It is of much value due to its numerous features, including: • Pets OK • Elevator • Live-in Super • Video Security • Hardwood Floor • Laundry in the Building • Near Park • Near Shops • Heat+Hot Water Included • Marble Kitchen • Marble Bath Building Notes: • Sunken Living Rooms • Art Deco Archway to Living Room • Deep Closets • Steps to the A Train at 190th Street Station • 1 Block to Fort Tryon Park (Cloisters Museum) • 1 Block to Deli, Market & Restaurants The final chase scene in Clint Eastwood film 'Coogan's Bluff' was filmed in Fort Tryon Park. Apartment Features: • Newly Renovated • Stainless Steel Appliances • Granite Counters • Marble Bath Contact me with questions regarding the unit or if you want to see it for

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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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