At the top of Manhattan lies a hidden jewel known as Inwood, with endless green spaces and attractions. At the top of Inwood sits this peaceful co-op unit, a convertible two-bedroom layout with sweeping Northeastern views and windows in just about every room, just two short blocks from Inwood Hill Park.
Unit 5L has a wonderfully flexible configuration, currently configured as a generous 1 bedroom with a formal dining room, spacious living area, and a bedroom that can accommodate a king-size bed with room to spare. As an alternative, the windowed dining room can be converted to a second bedroom and a modest reception area adjacent to the living room could be repurposed as a dining area (see alternate floor plan). A renovation estimate can be provided upon request. The apartment also has wood floors, central heat, a windowed bathroom, and a galley kitchen.
The 5th floor view faces primarily north and east looking over the grounds of the Columbia University athletic complex. The Spuyten Duyvil Creek is tucked behind with Spuyten Duyvil and Marble Hill providing a skyline view beyond.
100 Park Terrace West is a six-story elevator co-op built in 1951 with an art deco flair and open, windowed stairwells and halls. The co-op offers a live-in super, central laundry, bike storage/storage for rent, and a garage with a wait list. Pet friendly building.
Inwood is known for its green spaces, chief among them Inwood Hill Park, a 196 acre old growth park once home to Lenape natives. Among its features are manicured fields, the Indian Caves, lookout point, and numerous sports fields/tennis courts, all of which begins just two blocks from the front door of 100 Park Terrace West. Isham Park features another 20 acres just a couple of blocks to the south. Other local attractions include the Inwood greenmarket at Isham Street, the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, and the Dichter Pharmacy & Soda Shoppe. Along the southern border of Inwood lies Fort Tryon Park and the Cloisters.
Subways: 1 train at 215th St (0.3mi), A at 207th St. Easy access to the West and East sides of Manhattan via the Henry Hudson Parkway and Harlem River Drive.
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