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96 ARDEN ST

Apt. 4H
Between Broadway and Dongan Place
Coop
$275,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Broadway - Dyckman St
Subway number 1 Hillside Ave - Nagle Ave
Essentials
Price $275,000
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 535
Key Features
Studio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail

*STUDIO LIVING PERFECTED* This superbly renovated, serenely quiet alcove studio offers luxurious space and versatility. It is easily convertible to a junior one bedroom, yet wonderful as it is. The open layout features six windows allowing sunlight and fresh air to fill this distinctive Deco beauty. A gracious and spacious entry foyer ushers you into the oversized living room, with a proper dining alcove beyond. The kitchen offers plenty of cabinetry, stainless appliances and a marble floor. Uncommonly generous storage space includes a large coat closet in the foyer, a second storage closet outfitted with Elfa system shelving and drawers, and a cedar-lined clothes closet with rods, shelves, and drawers nestled inside a bonus dressing room that nicely separates the bathroom from the living space. Rounding out the decor are pristine basket-weave hardwood floors with mahogany inlay; elegant deco crown moldings and switchplates; Schoolhouse Electric deco lighting fixtures with hand-painted glass shades; and graceful archways delineating the foyer and dining alcove from the main living space. This pristine Art Deco elevator building offers video security, card-operated laundry, bike storage, additional storage units for rent, a charming private garden and play area, and a wonderfully caring and helpful live-in Superintendent, with a maintenance fee that is seriously low. The pet-friendly building is located a mere half a block from the glorious Fort Tryon Park, where a five minute hike up a wooded pathway brings you to a scenic overlook with panoramic views of the Hudson River and Palisades. Walk south to the Cloisters Museum in just a few minutes. Within a 4-block radius of the apartment are more than a dozen restaurants in addition to a wide variety of groceries, banks, drugstores, and services, including a gym. Inwood Hill Park, Isham Park, and Inwood's year-round Saturday Farmers' Market are just a few blocks north. The Dyckman Street stop on the A train is two blocks from the apartment and will get you to midtown in 30 minutes. The #1 train and the Bx7 and M100 buses are also close, as is affordable garage parking. If you long for a greener quality of life without leaving Manhattan, there is no better place to nest than Inwood. It is THE hot destination neighborhood for savvy buyers seeking more space, more serenity and more value.

Additional features of this property include: Basket-weave floors, Deco crown moldings & switchplates, Wired thru wall for cable, internet and speakers, Elfa closet interiors, Cedar closet, and Schoolhouse Electric deco lighting fixtures.

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Inwood
Living in Inwood
Moments of serenity are in abundant supply in Inwood. Inwood Hill Park covers 196 acres with natural old-growth woodland and Manhattan’s last salt marsh. It provides an unparalleled chance to see what the Manhattan Isle was like centuries ago.
Explore Inwood
96 ARDEN ST
This well established co-op offers a resident superintendent, laundry, bike storage, video security and a private garden with play area. Near Ft. Tryon Park as well as Inwood Hill Park, the A and 1 trains, affordable parking and shopping/restaurants.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1925
6 floors
60 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Exercise room

This home has been sold

96 ARDEN ST
Apt. 4H
Between Broadway and Dongan Place
Coop
Essentials
Price $275,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $0
$Inwood
% down $Co-op
Type Co-op
Bathroom 1
Rooms 2.5
Approx. Sq. Ft. 535

*STUDIO LIVING PERFECTED* This superbly renovated, serenely quiet alcove studio offers luxurious space and versatility. It is easily convertible to a junior one bedroom, yet wonderful as it is. The open layout features six windows allowing sunlight and fresh air to fill this distinctive Deco beauty. A gracious and spacious entry foyer ushers you into the oversized living room, with a proper dining alcove beyond. The kitchen offers plenty of cabinetry, stainless appliances and a marble floor. Uncommonly generous storage space includes a large coat closet in the foyer, a second storage closet outfitted with Elfa system shelving and drawers, and a cedar-lined clothes closet with rods, shelves, and drawers nestled inside a bonus dressing room that nicely separates the bathroom from the living space. Rounding out the decor are pristine basket-weave hardwood floors with mahogany inlay; elegant deco crown moldings and switchplates; Schoolhouse Electric deco lighting fixtures with hand-painted glass shades; and graceful archways delineating the foyer and dining alcove from the main living space. This pristine Art Deco elevator building offers video security, card-operated laundry, bike storage, additional storage units for rent, a charming private garden and play area, and a wonderfully caring and helpful live-in Superintendent, with a maintenance fee that is seriously low. The pet-friendly building is located a mere half a block from the glorious Fort Tryon Park, where a five minute hike up a wooded pathway brings you to a scenic overlook with panoramic views of the Hudson River and Palisades. Walk south to the Cloisters Museum in just a few minutes. Within a 4-block radius of the apartment are more than a dozen restaurants in addition to a wide variety of groceries, banks, drugstores, and services, including a gym. Inwood Hill Park, Isham Park, and Inwood's year-round Saturday Farmers' Market are just a few blocks north. The Dyckman Street stop on the A train is two blocks from the apartment and will get you to midtown in 30 minutes. The #1 train and the Bx7 and M100 buses are also close, as is affordable garage parking. If you long for a greener quality of life without leaving Manhattan, there is no better place to nest than Inwood. It is THE hot destination neighborhood for savvy buyers seeking more space, more serenity and more value.

Additional features of this property include: Basket-weave floors, Deco crown moldings & switchplates, Wired thru wall for cable, internet and speakers, Elfa closet interiors, Cedar closet, and Schoolhouse Electric deco lighting fixtures.

Studio
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Excellent Light
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Inwood
Living in Inwood
Moments of serenity are in abundant supply in Inwood. Inwood Hill Park covers 196 acres with natural old-growth woodland and Manhattan’s last salt marsh. It provides an unparalleled chance to see what the Manhattan Isle was like centuries ago.
Explore Inwood
Subway Lines
Subway number A Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number A Broadway - Dyckman St
Subway number 1 Hillside Ave - Nagle Ave
96 ARDEN ST
This well established co-op offers a resident superintendent, laundry, bike storage, video security and a private garden with play area. Near Ft. Tryon Park as well as Inwood Hill Park, the A and 1 trains, affordable parking and shopping/restaurants.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1925
6 floors
60 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common storage
Exercise room