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Welcome home to a sun drenched, open concept home at 255 West 148th Street where quality strip wood floors adorn the entire apartment! Enter the living room area and be greeted with a generous amount of natural light beaming through the oversized windows. There is a wealth of space to make your own. The spacious layout allows for a dining room table, a sitting area, and a work section with a ceiling fan that nicely accentuates the impressive space. You will find the kitchen area to your left, and it includes all the modern conveniences one expects full-sized range, full sized refrigerator, microwave, and tastefully done wood cabinetry. AND IF YOU'RE NOT SOLD YET!... Step into the king-sized bedrooms with an abundance of natural light which will surely make you wake up with a smile! The Washington is a well maintained co-op on a quiet beautiful tree lined street in historical Hamilton Heights/Central Harlem. 255 West 148th was gut renovated in 2003, amenities include: 2 elevators, 2 laundry rooms, a kid's playroom, fitness and bike room, community room, storage, video surveillance security system, along with the convenience of having a live-in super. The low maintenance includes hot water, heat, and gas. Wheelchair access. No Flip Tax and 90% Financing. This HDFC co-op has a household income cap of $266,750. Garage parking directly across the street with conveniently located transportation. One block to the #3 subway station at 148th Street at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (aka 7th Avenue). The A, B, C, D trains are located at West 145 Street and Nicholas Avenue with nearby amenities such as The Jackie Robinson Park, City College, 24 hour shopping and The Yankee Stadium.