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33 Cooper Street, #3E

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Oct 2, 2020
It previously was on the market for a total of 16 days.
Last Sold on Jun 6, 2017 for $580,000
2 beds, 1 bath
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  • Buyers
  • Laura Ellis
  • William Shalhoub
  • Sellers
  • Judith Hancock
  • Lisa Hancock
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2 apartments are currently available in this building.
16 days on Market

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Key Details

  • Listed: Jul 14, 2020
    Last Price Change: -6.6% ($39,000) on Aug 3
    Days on Market: 16
    Building Type: Cooperative
    Neighborhood: Inwood (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 362 times
Monthly Maintenance: $1,198
Total Taxes & Fees: $1,198
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $4,353
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($110,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.



This turn-key, two-bedroom corner apartment is chock-full of character and modern amenities making for the perfect blend. At approximately 984 SF, you’ll have more than enough room to grow and this idyllic neighborhood will whisk all of your problems away.

- Highly coveted corner apartment
- Gracious entry foyer with period details
- South and East exposures for morning and all-day natural light
- Completely renovated kitchen featuring Quartz countertops, subway-tiled backsplash, new refrigerator, new dishwasher, new sink & faucet, open shelving, and hardware.
- Spacious living room with separate dining area
- Glorious hardwood floors
- Huge primary bedroom and significantly sized second bedroom
- New lighting fixtures throughout
- Upgraded bathroom with modern sink, vanity, 5pc shower set, and preserved prewar grandeur
- Generous closet space

The Building:
- Nestled between the historic Dyckman Farmhouse Museum and Inwood Hill Park
- Designed by noted Art Deco architect George G. Miller
- Wired for Fios & Spectrum
- Laundry Room
- Pet friendly
- Bike room
- Courtyard
- Elevator

The Neighborhood:
Think Green!

Because it’s everywhere
- Inwood Hill Park with forested hiking paths, dog runs, and green spaces
- The Hudson River Greenway spans miles of trails for jogging, biking, skating and yoga
- Fort Tryon Park including The Met Cloisters, Heather Gardens, and miles of walking paths overlooking the Hudson River.
- Columbia University Baker Athletics Complex houses Lions football, field hockey, soccer, tennis, and rowing.
- Inspiring cuisine abounds including Guadalupe, Beans & Vines, Unique Fusion, and The Hudson to name but a few.
- Easy access to the express A and 1 trains, multiple bus lines, and the West Side Highway for easy in and out.

Now you can stay in Manhattan!

Enjoy this sanctuary as your retreat from it all, or as a license to live life to the fullest.

Contact me Today! I love this home, and I’m certain you will too.

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