1825 Riverside Drive, 5F Inwood, Manhattan, NY 10034
in contract | Co-op | Built in 1926
- Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,016
- 10% Down: $52,500
- Available Immediately
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About 1825 Riverside Drive, 5F, Inwood, Manhattan, NY 10034
Welcome to the rare opportunity to own a restored 2-bedroom home at 1825 Riverside Drive! Nestled in the scenic neighborhood of Inwood, this unit exemplifies pre-war charm with a modern twist, offering an unmatched living experience.
As you step into the radiant foyer highlighting the home's soaring ceilings, your eyes will be drawn to the lustrous, refinished hardwood floors that span the u...
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Much like other areas of northern Manhattan, Inwood was spread out and bucolic until mass transit arrived in the early 20th century. Some remnants remain, including the Seaman-Drake Arch. The marble structure formerly served as the entrance to a 19th-century hillside mansion and today sits between local businesses as the only free-standing arch in Manhattan outside Washington Square Park. There’s also the Dyckman House, a Dutch Colonial-style farmhouse, the oldest remaining structure of its kind in the borough. Art Deco apartments constructed around the 1930s serve as a bit of a modern-day signature for the area, along with a historic district consisting of two-story Tudor and Colonial Revival houses built between 1920 and 1925. The northern terminus of the island of Manhattan — Marble Hill is the northernmost neighborhood — Inwood puts a fittingly distinctive cap on the borough’s enduring majesty.
1825 Riverside Drive
Apartment Building in Inwood
Payson Avenue And Seaman Avenue
- 42 UNITS
- 6 STORIES
- 1926 BUILT