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.learn more about this neighborhood
#56Neighborhood popularity:based on Naked Apartments searches
- 42% Pre War
- 19% Walk-Up
- 18% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 12% Elevator Building
- 3% Post War
Apartment features high ceilings, five large closets & beautiful hardwood floors. Recently painted a year ago, bathtub was painted by a professional as well. Quiet, good light with south & west exposures, it also has great ventilation.
Great kitchen: can comfortably fit 8 for a sit down dinner.
Large living room: 11 by 18
All of the bedrooms are approximately 10 1/2 by 17.
1 1/2 bathrooms: lg bathroom has its own shower stall a tub; small bathroom has sink & commode.
Easy access to transit/highways: Subways A and 1, buses Bx7, M100, Bx12 & the Bx1 Express Bus. Very close to shops/restaurants. Let's not forget the farmer's market. Inwood Hill Park its about a five minute walk from here. Lovely park with great playgrounds, dog park & much more.
Zoned for PS 278 (K-8) & Amistad/PS 314 Muscota (K-8) is right across the street.
$2,500, Three Bedrooms + Extra Room, 1.5 Bathrooms
- Elevator/Laundry Building
- 1350 sq. ft.
- Web ID: 2855254
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