Finding your quiet little corner of the community

Marilyn B. Wegh & RoseAnn Hermann of Halstead Real Estate


Take a moment and just listen. Do you hear that? It’s the sound of ... well, it’s the sound of nothing. No traffic. No city noise. Just what you would expect from a home surrounded by gardens, shade trees, and like-minded neighbors.

That’s exactly what you’d find in this duplex residence at 4601 Henry Hudson Parkway offering privacy and lifestyle of a house with the convenience of a co-op at an affordable price of $899,000 in the middle of the Estate area of Riverdale.

Enter from the lawn filled with flowering trees to a gracious foyer.

The main floor has a hall with two bedrooms, a shared bathroom, and a bedroom suite with four closets and a private bath of its own.

The living room features a 24-foot-long wood-burning fireplace with a hearth of stone tile, and east-facing views of the beautifully maintained courtyard and garden.

The eat-in kitchen is renovated with stainless steel appliances, granite counters, wood cabinetry and tile floor.

Dinner for 20? Not a problem in the 22-foot formal dining room.

The second floor has two bedroom suites, each with closets and en-suite bath. Step out from the second floor to the 44-foot private roof deck.

The finished basement has a second wood-burning fireplace, laundry room, four storage closets, and a half-bathroom.

Living space totals more than 2,800 square feet.

The monthly maintenance of a little more than $4,000 is 42 percent tax-deductible, and includes heat and hot water, taxes, gardening, and groundskeeping, and building repairs and maintenance.

There’s also a super on-site, and even room for your dog.

The best part? This is a sponsor sale, and moving in does not require any votes at all from the co-op board. It’s ready for you to just turn the key.

This home is waiting for you. But it won’t wait for much longer.

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