It really doesn’t get better than this at The Whitehall


Rarely does an exceptional residence of this caliber come to market. This beautifully renovated 2,800-square-foot home is an easy-to-love four bedroom, three full bath combined apartment located in the prestigious Whitehall co-op at 3333 Henry Hudson Parkway, 23 EF.

This extraordinary residence offers elegant and easy living. The gracious foyer opens to a grand double-sized living space perfect for entertaining. The impressive formal dining room easily accommodates a table that can seat 20 guests.

All day sunshine and glorious sunsets are showcased from the comfort of this high-floor, river-view residence.

Two terraces and three exposures provide open views of the Hudson River, George Washington Bridge, the New York City skyline and sweeping vistas with picturesque views whichever direction you look.

The large windowed chef’s kitchen that opens to a comfortable breakfast nook, features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, dual ovens, white lacquered cabinets, multiple work spaces, and ample storage.

There are four well-scaled, bedrooms including an oversized primary bedroom with an ensuite windowed bathroom. The fourth bedroom could also make an ideal den/office/guest space.

Private laundry, ample custom closets, bleached wood oak floors in the public areas and original parquet flooring in the bedroom wing, crown moldings, high hat lighting, and central air conditioning are some of the features that make this home special.

The Whitehall is a full service co-op featuring 24-hour doormen, live-in superintendent, two on-site laundry rooms, a dry cleaner/tailor, a multi-level garage, a full service health club with gym, indoor Olympic sized swimming pool, exercise classes and a magnificently designed outdoor “green roof” with waterfall, gazebo, sitting areas, children’s play area and a fire pit.

Located in Central Riverdale, the Whitehall is pet friendly, close to public transportation, parks, public tennis courts, schools, houses of worship, shops, restaurants, and a public library.

The asking price is $1.7 million.

Deena Spindler, Lee Moskof, Brown Harris Stevens