Extending from 155th Street to Dyckman Street, Washington Heights is home to some of the most interesting geographic features in Manhattan.
The neighborhood’s lofty name is derived from the fact that—at 256 feet above sea level—it is situated at the highest point in Manhattan. Because of its steep inclines, numerous "step" streets (one of which has 130 stairs) connect one street to the next.
The population of Washington Heights is over 150,000.learn more about this neighborhood
#51Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 37% Pre War
- 27% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 18% Elevator Building
- 12% Walk-Up
- 2% Post War
Enter into a foyer. Just past it is a massive kitchen with plenty of room by the doorway for a table. Past the kitchen and slightly left you'll find yourself in a massive livingroom that could probably fit 4 elephants. At the far end of the livingroom is a small hallway with the bathroom on the left, and extra closet straight ahead, and the queen-sized bedrooms on the right.
.3 miles (~ 7 minutes) to the A Train
.5 miles (~9 minutes) to the 1 Train
Just up the block from Frot Tryon Park!
This deal won't last long, but you can take it off the market:
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(Cactus not included)
$1,675, Two Bedrooms, 1.0 Bathroom
- Pre War
- Web ID: Inwood2B
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