|A||207th St||2 min||0.09 mi|
|1||207th St||4 min||0.18 mi|
|1||215th St||7 min||0.3 mi|
|A||Dyckman St-200th St||9 min||0.4 mi|
|1||Dyckman St||11 min||0.47 mi|
|1||225th St||16 min||0.72 mi|
|A||190th St||19 min||0.86 mi|
|1||191st St||21 min||0.93 mi|
|1||181st St||32 min||1.42 mi|
|A||181st St||33 min||1.46 mi|
|P.S. 018 Park Terrace||K - 8||12 min||0.54 mi|
|P.S. 098 Shorac Kappock||PK - 5||3 min||0.12 mi|
|Paula Hedbavny School||K - 8||12 min||0.52 mi|
|J.H.S. 052 Inwood||6 - 8||7 min||0.33 mi|
As the northernmost neighborhood on Manhattan Island, Inwood is a desirable location for those that yearn for the feeling of suburban living, but can't stand the thought of leaving Manhattan.
With the Harlem River to the north and east, the Hudson River to the west, and Marble Hill directly north, Inwood is bound by water on three sides. As a result, many residents praise the neighborhood's scenic and isolated feel, away from the rush of the city, but not too much so.