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680 West 204th St. 5A, New York, NY 10034

Active Listing
Listing Details:
$385,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Inwood Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
-- Approx. Sq. Ft.
$941 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Allows Pets

*1BR Art Deco Classic!!*

Something special awaits, at this one-bedroom cooperative apartment at one of Inwood classic Art Deco buildings. You’ll be steps from restaurants, greenspaces and the farmers’ market, in a spacious residence with beautifully restored architectural details, and loads of updates.

Stepping through the front door, an unusually large and lovely foyer with built-ins presents itself, perfect as an intimate reading nook. Meticulously preserved hardwood floors run throughout the apartment, with a stunning combination of strip and herringbone design augmented by walnut inlay. To the left is a huge living room with wall sconces, extra-wide crown molding and a large set of twin windows, allowing in plenty of natural sunshine.

Further down the front hallway to the left is a nicely redone kitchen with black and white floor tile, black stone counters, stainless steel appliances including a gas range, plenty of cabinet space and a large window. Get ready for sizzling pans and tantalizing scents! Three hallway closets provide lots of storage space, while the bathroom boasts incredible vintage tile work with ribbon accents. A deep soaking tub and shower combo, plus a built-in Deco linen and towel storage, make this a standout private space.

A very roomy corner bedroom with two sunny exposures is at the end of the hall. An overhead fan, closet, tall windows and diagonally-laid hardwoods add to the considerable allure. The six-story building itself is also part of the attraction, designed by prominent architect George G. Miller and delivered in 1935. Features include an ornate split-level lobby, live-in super, 24-hour laundry, bike room and a courtyard.

The pet-friendly building sits adjacent the historic Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, the oldest remaining farmhouse on the Manhattan island. You’ll also be very close to Inwood Hill Park with its tennis courts, walking paths, and incredible views of the Hudson River and Spuyten Duyvil Creek. A few short blocks form Inwood Bar & Grill, Buunni Coffee, Inwood Local, the A&1 train and more!

Listing courtesy of Bizzarro

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