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It's an apartment you'll never want to leave

Sandhya 'Sanjya' Tidke & the Sandhya Tidke Team of Brown Harris Stevens

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From the mind of the late great architect Henry Kibel came Hayden on the Hudson — the 177-unit condominium building that has towered over Douglas Avenue now for more than a half-century.

Known for its spacious apartments and spectacular views, it’s not very often a unit opens up here. Which means there’s no better time than now to make the Hayden your new home.

What’s waiting for you is an exquisitely renovated one-of-a-kind four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom penthouse apartment boasting 2,300 square feet of space and a 45-foot terrace spanning the apartment that affords panoramic vistas of the Palisades and the magnificent Hudson River.

Complete with European oak flooring throughout, the living room features a silver light-honed travertine wood-burning fireplace, a generous dining area flanked with floor-to-ceiling corner windows, all leading to a large chef’s kitchen handsomely renovated with Grigio Nicola-honed marble counters that open up to create a dining bar, glass subway tile back splash, custom lacquer kitchen cabinetry, and a pull-out spice rack.

There’s also a new General Electric five-burner cooktop oven, microwave, refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, and a Summit wine cooler.

All four bedrooms are generously sized. The main bedroom comes with an en suite bathroom featuring mosaic glass tiled walls, a huge walk-in closet, and a view that faces the Hudson.

The building itself has everything any homeowner would want — a full-time doorman. A seasonal pool. Gym. Tennis court. An onsite parking garage.

Trust us, this is a home you’ll never want to leave. A home at 4465 Douglas Ave., that can be yours right now at a listing price of $1.8 million.

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