HOME OF THE WEEK

You didn't design this home, but you'll really think you did

Maria-Stella Fountoulakis of Brown Harris Stevens

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Designing your own home can be a lot of fun, that is until you’re knee-deep in delays, cost overruns and the final product not quite looking the way you dreamt it.

But call off that contractor, because there is a home perfect for you. And the best thing? It’s ready right now.

This one-bedroom, 1-bathroom unit has been waiting for you at 5700 Arlington Ave., for just a short time. But it might not wait forever.

Ready to move in, this apartment sparkles with the finishes that will make you believe you just stepped into an issue of Architectural Digest.

But just wait for that, because you must know about what’s outside: a riverfront terrace with views you can only get from Skyview-on-the-Hudson.

Back inside, you’ll find marble accents, gorgeous quartz, white oak floors, and a completely redesigned flow.

You’ll feel like royalty with the high-end touches, perfectly leveled and sound insulated floor, completely new electrical and plumbing, and maximized storage space unlike any other studio line.

Skyview-on-the-Hudson is North Riverdale’s best-kept secret with more than 22 acres of amenities and comfort. This commuter-friendly complex comes with a pool, gym, tennis and basketball courts, playground, gazebo area, and a dog park.

The lobby is attended 24 hours, and if you get hungry and don’t want to mess up your fantastic kitchen, there’s a café right on site.

You hear this place calling your name, right? We can hear it. So come out for a visit, and you’ll never want to be anywhere else.

Move into Skyview-on-the-Hudson for $345,000.

Note: Each week’s featured home is chosen at random from among houses and apartments offered by Riverdale Press advertisers. The opinions expressed are those of the advertiser and not The Riverdale Press news department. For further information, write to advertising@riverdalepress.com.

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