Here’s an opportunity to grab a beautiful vintage oversized studio in an unbeatable location.
Entering the foyer, you’ll immediately be impressed by the high ceilings, original honey-toned parquet wood floors and an abundance of natural light. A charming built-in alcove is just the place for books, framed photos and funky knickknacks. The front entry hall also serves as a central hub to a floorplan with charm and character galore. Sweeping left through a wide archway, the spacious main living area with two closets presents itself. Two sunny windows add to the warm glow, augmented by updated recessed lighting. Imagine how to make this wonderful space your own!
The remodeled galley kitchen is at the end of the entry hall, offering stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry and quartz countertops. Indulge your inner culinarian in this nifty urban cook space with exposed white brick, new fixtures, a cool blue mosaic backsplash and a window. Step through another archway and discover more closet space, and bathroom. The detailing throughout this unit is notable, from decorative wrought iron railings to crown molding.
This classic Art Deco is perched right on the edge of Inwood Park, a few blocks from the Hudson River. The six-story building offers elevator service, laundry, a lending library and a live-in super. Live in one of Manhattan’s most distinctive neighborhoods, framed by rivers and hills, and known for its verdant yet vibrant vibe. Indie shops, great restaurants and two subway stations are close at hand.
Inwood has been receiving tons of attention lately and rightfully so. The 500-acre enclave at the northern tip of Manhattan is home to creative types of all callings, from fashion to dance to denizens of social media. The immediate proximity of Inwood Hill Park is a huge bonus. Cross the street and escape into a living piece of old New York with hiking trails, playgrounds, dog runs and spectacular views of the river. You’ll also discover all the great eateries along Dykman Street and Broadway, including The Hudson, Il Sole, Mamasushi, Papasito, Bocaditos Bistro, Beans and Vines, Inwood Bar & Grill, Guadalupe and many more. Enjoy live entertainment, river walks, bodegas and bookstores. There are two subways stations, each within three blocks; Dyckman Street and 207 St. Station.
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