A unique single-family home on one of the most desirable streets in West New York, Boulevard East. This charming house is conveniently located across the street from the recently renovated Memorial Park between 54th and 60th street with unobstructed view of the midtown Manhattan skyline. This all-brick house was built in the 1950’s and purchased from the original owning family. The house was recently fully painted and refurbished including: Efficient and elegant double-panel Anderson windows, including a 13 foot wide bay window overlooking Boulevard East and the Manhattan skyline. New kitchen with a granite top, center island and stainless steel appliances. The kitchen also features a bay window overlooking the charming backyard. Newly-paved driveway and a new elegant front door, giving this house a luxurious look and entrance. Newly stained and sealed oak flooring and five zones mini-split air conditioning system. This system offers efficient heating and cooling throughout the house. Save money in the summer and the winter by only heating or cooling the section of the house you are staying in. The house can also be heated with gas through the radiators in every room. Newly renovated roof, designed to effectively drain water and provide cooling of the attic in hot days using solar-powered fans. This newly redesigned open-layout single-family has 2400 Sqft of living space on a lot that is approximately 25x92 ft. Unlike most of the other houses on that block, this house is attached on one side and detached from other houses on the other side, giving it access to the backyard through an alley without the need to go through the house. The house features one spacious master bedroom with ample closet space and a hidden ceiling drop-down projection screen. Two additional smaller rooms; 1.5 bathrooms, a large laundry room with brand new stackable LG washer and dryer. Parking is a must in West New York, so this house offers an indoor garage that can fit two cars. Additionally, three more cars can be parked on the driveway and in the reserved sidewalk parking space. The backyard is very cozy with a seating area around a custom built stone gas fireplace under a cherry tree that is as high as the house. The cherry tree blooms in the spring and offers the tastiest cherries in the summer. Being only about 3 miles away from Times Square, the location of this house is ideal for NYC commuters, with more than a dozen buses stopping within a few yards from the house. The current owner invested more than $15,000 in architectural design and permit requests in connection with an application for a variance with the city of West New York to get approval to add one more floor and expand the house into the backyard by an additional sixteen feet. The hearing for the variance is coming up shortly. When approved, the option to expend the house will significantly improve its value. Act now before it is too late.