No. 33 47th Street, a glowing three-story Colonial style single-family residence built atop The Palisades, is superlatively located only half a block off of Boulevard East, which promises both a breezy commute and panoramic storybook views of one of the most iconic vistas in the world: New York City as seen from elevated above the Hudson River. Situated on an impressive 28'x100' lot, the home offers three levels of thoughtfully laid out living space, 5 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms, a wondrous array of closets and storage solutions throughout, as well as a full Basement with Laundry Room and a manicured back yard which seamlessly transitions from tiled Patio to lush Lawn. The entire home was meticulously reimagined from the ground up to exacting standards in 2016 and modernized with two-zone Central AC and Heat, GAF Timberline Shingle Roof with plywood roof sheeting, double-hung TrustGuard windows, energy-efficient exterior insulation, recessed lighting and a host of key plumbing and mechanical upgrades. The first floor offers generously proportioned, open living space that uniquely allows for uncompromised, easy living day-to-day and effortless entertaining of large parties of family and friends. Red Oak hardwood floors unite the Sitting Room, Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen in crisp harmony, and lead directly to the Patio and Lawn in the back yard. A Powder Room and Mud Room provide added convenience. The home's original banister winds up the stairs to the second floor, which is highlighted by a Master Bedroom with a wall-full of custom-built closets, original pressed-tin ceiling and a bay window with views of New York City, a Bathroom with dual-vanity, tile floors and walk-in shower, and two additional South-facing Bedrooms. The third floor is comprised of a full Bathroom with dual-vanity and tub, two Bedrooms on opposite ends (one with a bay window with views of New York City, one with a tremendous storage area), and a remarkable Office / Walk-In Closet with skylight in the middle. The full Basement is a paradise of boundless storage opportunity as well as home to a Laundry Room with a side-by-side Washer/Dryer and a sink. No. 33 47th Street is located just half a block from the NJ Transit bus stop on Boulevard East (47/48th St) which features three separate bus lines that offer a constant flow of direct service to New York City. It is also easily walkable to the both the NY Waterways Ferry and HBLR Light Rail at Port Imperial, the HBLR Light Rail at Bergenline Avenue, Old Glory Park and Hamilton Park (both of which overlook the Hudson River and the entirety of New York City) on Boulevard East, as well as an impressive range of restaurants and shops on Park Avenue, Hudson Avenue and Boulevard East.