585 West 214th StreetApt. 6AB
Seaman Ave & Indian Road Inwood
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- Staff Room1
- Pet friendly
PANORAMIC PARK VIEWS FROM THE TOP FLOOR! Possibly the most spectacular sunlight and views in Inwood spanning from the Henry Hudson Bridge proudly standing above the serene lagoon formed by the Hudson and Harlem Rivers down to the southern portion of Inwood Hill Park with the Cloisters and GWB beyond. Gorgeous backdrop for an equally special home. A unique and artfully renovated apartment offering 2 Bdrms +office, 2 baths and an open kitchen overlooking a sunken LR. Refreshingly understated, the high end kitchen boasts a harmonious blend of natural elements and TOL stainless appliances. Both bathrooms are fresh and contemporary; one with an oversized step in shower. The split bedrooms are huge. The bonus room is currently off the Master BR suite and is the perfect office, nursery or meditation room. Electrical upgrades, h/w floors, great closets, skimmed walls and delightful space that must be seen to be appreciated. Situated in a well-run building with a live-in super, laundry and a friendly pet policy. Enjoy Inwood Hill Park out your front door complete with dog runs, ball fields, hiking and biking trails, free summer concerts, playground and Nature at its finest! All transportation is nearby from the A Express train, #1 train, Metro North, eastside commuter bus and easy access to all major metropolitan highways. Restaurants, cafes, shopping and Saturday farmers market are also close by. Live the good life in Inwood; Manhattan's greenest, most affordable neighborhood!
Additional features of this property include: Bosch Dishwasher and Energy Star Appliances.
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Uptown, north of Dyckman Street.
Inwood is the purported site of Peter Minuit’s purchase of Manhattan from the Lenape Indians — one of the most famous real estate transactions in history. Inwood offers affordable co-ops, free-standing single-family homes and, most recently, luxury condos. Townhouses and Art Deco apartment buildings lie to the west of Broadway, and to the East is rental housing and a vibrant street life. With an influx of downtowners seeking quiet and value, Inwood has a developing arts community, a fun and growing nightlife and a variety of new restaurants including Park Terrace Bistro, a Moroccan restaurant on Broadway with raves from Zagat’s and the Michelin Guide.
585 West 214th Street
10th Ave - 215th St7 mins
Broadway - Isham St7 mins
A well-run building with a live-in super, laundry and a friendly pet policy. Enjoy Inwood Hill Park out your front door complete with dog runs, ball fields, hiking and biking trails, free summer concerts, playground and Nature at its finest! All transportation is nearby from the A Express train, #1 train, Metro North, East Side commuter bus and easy access to all major metropolitan highways. Restaurants, cafes, shopping and Saturday farmers' market are also close by.
Additional features of this building include: Live-in Super, Bike Storage.
- Built in 1937
- 6 floors
- 49 units
- Pet friendly