Welcome to The Cliff House, a hidden gem along the Palisades. Located in the "G" Building, this spacious 3 bedroom unit is ideal for anyone looking to avoid stairs. Facing south with NYC skyline views, the unit features a beautifully renovated eat-in-kitchen with custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, vaulted ceilings with clerestory windows and pass through to dining area. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace and there is a 33" foot terrace that spans the entire length of the unit with access from both the living room and master bedroom. Both bathrooms have been redone with earth tone tiling, glass enclosed showers and new vanities. The master bath also features a Jacuzzi big enough for "two". Hardwood floors run throughout the entrance foyer, hallway, living and dining room. The pool is open for the season so you won't want to waste any time.Founded in 1895, Cliffside Park has come a long way from a town that consisted of farms and woodlands. Its motto, Atop the Palisades, is a perfect description of the borough's geography. Conveniently located between the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel, it is home to many New York City business people who find it an easy commute. Cliffside Park is one square mile, and home to approximately 23,000 people.Residents of the borough enjoy a multitude of restaurants - everything from Italian to Turkish. Its main thoroughfare, Anderson Avenue, or "The Avenue" as it is affectionately referred to, has many wonderful stores for shoppers to explore. The form of government is mayor and council. There are six council members, two elected every 3 years on a rotating basis. The mayor serves a four-year term. There are four elementary schools, a middle school, an Early Learning Center and a high school. For more information regarding the school system see the Cliffside Park School District. Commuters to New York City have several options to choose from. There are two ferry services available, one just down the road in Edgewater. The other is in Weehawken and both are run by NY Waterways. For addition information, please visit www.nywater.com. Just outside The Cliffhouse are buses to New York City via the Lincoln Tunnel or George Washington Bridge. For additional information, please visit www.njtransit.com.