NYC View: Properties with a Window on the World
Who doesn’t dream of having a home with the perfect NYC view? All too often that can be a difficult thing to find. These four NYC area properties offer the view of a lifetime while providing some impressive amenities. Read on to learn more.
Who doesn’t dream of having a home with the perfect NYC view? All too often these dreams can be dashed when showing up to see a New York area property in person. What you thought was the perfect home at first, took a quick turn in the opposite direction when you saw that the living room windows opened to a brick wall or a dirty alley. Well, that’s not the case with the following four properties — these come with a view and more!
Gold Coast Vistas
Listed by Lainie Charmatz
This Gold Coast paradise features unobstructed views overlooking Manhattan, Queens, The Bronx, and Westchester. Year-round spectacular sunsets await in this open floorplan and impeccably designed property. Amenities include a private pool, three fireplaces, two-car garage, and central AC.
Listed by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
With panoramic views of Manhattan and the Hudson, this three-bedroom, three-bath, masterpiece features double-height ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, balcony, a private elevator, and hardwood floors throughout. This condominium’s sleek, modern kitchen comes complete with Sub-Zero refrigerator, granite countertops, and custom cabinetry. And let’s not forget the gym, indoor heated pool, garage parking, and concierge!
Listed by Jill Biggs
In addition to the view of the New York City skyline, this 1,375-square-foot, two-bedroom unit offers an office/music room, hardwood floors, garage parking, a pool, balcony, and central AC.
Listed by Gerard Mattera
This 1,182-square-foot condominium gets you close to Manhattan without the city price tag. Featuring two bedrooms, two full baths, stainless steel appliances, garage parking, and a pool, this property provides more than just a spectacular NYC view. A game room and spa are also located on site.
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