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Hudson Heights artist studio turned glam co-op seeks $1.3M

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The loft-like apartment offers views of the Palisades, George Washington Bridge, and the Hudson River

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A stunning two-bedroom co-op that once functioned as an artist’s studio has made its way to the market, asking $1.34 million. Brokerbabble describes the Hudson Heights home as “capturing the feeling of a downtown-style loft” and we can’t say we disagree.

Located at 875 West 181st Street, the apartment is accessed through a private entrance on Riverside Drive, allowing for more of a private home feel. Ceilings soar 12 feet high within the expansive, airy abode and there are a plethora of windows (some of them arched) that allow for lots of natural light. There is an open chef’s kitchen that features custom cabinetry, industrial lighting, a massive island with Carrera marble, and stainless steel appliances.

Both of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and the master bedroom comes with a decorative fireplace, office space, and a huge walk-in closet that has plenty of built-ins for storage. The second bedroom is located near the dining room area and is much smaller but has a decent-sized closet of its own.

Some of the windows give view to the George Washington Bridge, the Palisades, and the Hudson River and monthly maintenance is just $553. The building’s amenities include a common landscaped garden, a live-in super, and a laundry room.