Large One Bed Art Deco Stunner
Move-in ready high floor one bed beauty in the heart of Inwood. Truly just bring your toothbrush! Art Deco charm abounds with recently refinished herringbone floors with mahogany inlay, high ceilings, picture molding, original built-in bookcase/cupboard, beautiful period archways delineating rooms, and walls in excellent condition. Upon entry, you are swept into the Foyer - perfect for dining right next to the gracious Kitchen and separate from the grand Living Room with Western facing double windows. Large king-sized bedroom that can easily handle stately furniture and two exposures with oversized windows facing West and North. Natural wood blinds, ceiling fans in Bedroom and Foyer, A/C's, and ample storage with 3 large closets.
Renovated windowed stylish black and white kitchen has stainless appliances including new Bosch dishwasher, GE stove and microwave, refrigerator, tasteful white cabinetry, sleek black countertop with plenty of surface for the chef to create and a snazzy black and white checkered tile floor to complete the fun yet elegant workspace. Tasteful white bathroom has beautiful white with black accent tile floor and bright clean white sink, vanity, tub and toilet.
680 West 204 is a beautifully maintained Art Deco elevator cooperative designed by architect George C. Miller. Built Circa 1935, this grand building adorned with geometric parapets and decorative brickwork boasts an elegant, welcoming lobby with terrazzo floor and custom lighting which perfectly illuminates a hand-painted period mural. Residents enjoy a live-in Super, 24-hour central laundry (soon to be upgraded and app operated), bike room, storage units and a planted backyard courtyard with seating areas and grill! Pets are welcome. Ideally located in the heart of all that Inwood offers! Enjoy abundant shopping, dining (Broadway, W 207th, Dyckman) and transportation options the 1 and A Express subways, many buses and easy access to highways or Metro North. Also proximate to the best parks in New York City including Inwood Hill Park (197 acres of walking/riding paths, athletic fields, playgrounds, dog runs); Isham Park (20 acres of lush green areas for picnics and gathering), Fort Tryon Park (67 acres of stunning Hudson River and Palisades views, the world-renowned Cloisters Museum and the idyllic Heather Garden), and the Muscota Marsh. Other cherished attractions are the historic Dyckman Farmhouse Museum (right across the street) and the weekly year-round Saturday farmer's market on Isham.
There is a Capital Assessment in place of $ 102.82/m until September 2023.