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759 Seneca Avenue
Ridgewood, Queens, NY 11385

Pre-war Rental

6 units
  • 6 residences
  • 3 stories
  • BUILT 1930

The Details About 759 Seneca Avenue

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759 Seneca Avenue Units

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Get to know Ridgewood

Navigate just north of Bushwick and amorphous East Williamsburg to set foot in not only a different neighborhood but an entirely separate borough. Ridgewood may share a border with Brooklyn, but it is Queens to the bone. It’s the site of 10 nationally-certified historic districts — plus several more city-designated ones — preserving NYC’s ever-evolving architectural lineage. The oldest bit of Ridgewood history is the Vander Ende–Onderdonk House museum, which dates to 1709 and is the oldest surviving Dutch Colonial fieldstone house in the city. However, most of present-day Ridgewood is a product of the early 20th century, evidenced partly by a score of brick rowhouses and homes with front stoops. Transit options include the elevated M Train and the L Train, both traveling toward Williamsburg and into Manhattan. If you don’t feel like commuting, try spying a clear view of the Midtown Manhattan skyline from Grover Cleveland Park.

Ridgewood Neighborhood Guide