BACK ON THE MARKET from summer hiatus and ready to go! Downtown meets Uptown. ONE-OF-A-KIND, completely renovated two bedroom home awaits you in the R building of enchanted and much sought-after Hudson View Gardens. This TOP FLOOR (3 flights up) apartment has been thoroughly renovated and creatively detailed with custom graphic design wallpaper, gorgeous refinished hardwood floors, stunningly finished kitchen, elegantly done bathroom and custom closets. Reminiscent of a downtown loft, apartment R41 is like no other you will see at Hudson View Gardens. Details of the kitchen renovation include all Thermador appliances, pebble color Caesarstone countertops, porcelain tile floor, tile backsplash with Carrera marble cap trim. Cabinet fronts are all flat cut oak veneer with walnut edge banding as are the fronts of the dishwasher and refrigerator. Outside the windows you will have a partial view of the Hudson River from the western bedroom and lots of lush flowering gardens. Simply put, a must see. R BUILDING IS ONE OF THE WALK-UP BUILDINGS DOWN THE DRIVEWAY. Monthly charges include gas and electric: Maintenance $1,231.27, ongoing capital reserve assessment $191.08, air conditioner charge $23.43. Built in 1924, Hudson View Gardens, now on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP), is honored as a significant example of Tudor Revival apartment design by George Pelham for developer Charles Paterno. HVG is meticulously maintained and a much sought-after Co-op on 4 Acres of private gardens. Some of the many features include daily mail delivery to your apartment door, a central package room, live-in Super, on-site management, 24-hour security, a parking drive for residents and their guests, a large central laundry room, a resident-only preschool, an upgraded playground area, an event space -The Lounge, a rental apartment -The Penthouse for residents' guests, bike rooms, storage bins, an outdoor patio for residents, a studio available to rent for resident artists and an upscale GYM. Pet friendly. Hudson View Gardens is 1 block from the express A train, a few blocks from Fort Tryon Park, home of The Cloisters, New Leaf Caf and the city's most gorgeous vistas. Neighborhood dining includes a new Ramen noodle place, Le Cheile, Cabrini 181, The Pandering Pig, Caf Buunni, Uptown Garrison and Saggio. Shopping and other services also in close proximity.