725 Riverside Drive is an renovated eleven-story condominium building. Situated on 150th and Riverside Drive, the prewar building enjoys spectacular Hudson River and Riverbank Park views. Built in 1912, the building retains many of its original prewar design elements.
The sprawling home features an entrance foyer that leads down a gallery hall toward the living and dining areas. The expansive loft-style living room features stunning views of the George Washington Bridge, the Hudson River, and Riverbank Park. The home features many prewar details, including high ceilings with custom crown molding, hardwood floors, and a faux fireplace mantle. French doors open onto the elegant kitchen, which is outfitted with stainless steel appliances, including a chef's oven, and sleek granite countertops. The bedrooms are set apart from the living area; the master bedroom offers spectacular views from the corner windows, as well as an en suite bath. The maid's room includes a half-bath and a washer and dryer, and it can easily be used as a home office.
This doorman-serviced building is centrally located in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood of Harlem. The area is well known for its quiet, historic streets and its many landmark single-family townhouses. Also nearby is the above mentioned Riverbank State Park, which offers plenty of indoor and outdoor recreation with tennis and basketball courts, skating, swimming, and paths for walking, jogging or biking. There is also plenty of nearby transportation, with the 1 train, as well as the A/B/C/D express trains, nearby.