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95 Park Ter East 2E, New York, NY 10034

$409,000
Listing Details:
$409,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
Inwood Neighborhood
1 Beds
1 Baths
805 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$743 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Courtyard
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

Attention first-time buyers, outdoors lovers and Foodie Enthusiastic!Beautiful, bright and spacious one bedroom home featuring a sunken living room, a fully renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances with great counter and cabinet space, microwave, and a pass-through with a separate dining area. It's the perfect apartment for entertaining. A gorgeous and quiet king size bedroom, lots of closet space, high ceilings & contemporary updates.This is a well-maintained co-op building with an elevator, a bike rack, laundry facility & an amazing live in super who looks after the building like no other. . Cats are welcome, but not dogs, unfortunately.The location couldnt be more prime. It is next door to Isham Park* and the 1 trains & very close to Inwood Hill parks and the A trains. There is also a great weekend farmers market.Baker Athletics complex from Columbia University is also next door, and it is the main venue for Columbia's outdoor sports: Lions football, field hockey, soccer, tennis & rowing.A bit about the neighborhood. Inwood, in the leafy northern stretch of Manhattan, has never really lacked for natural charms. Centuries ago, Native Americans plied its waterways. Later, Gilded Age tycoons built their mansions on its hills for the best views and today, residents say one of the benefits of living here is its many parks, which are popular for running, concerts and picnics.Walk around a bit and you can discover other you-dont-see-that-everyday sights. On a recent afternoon, water gurgled down a rock face on Dyckman Street, as if freed from a spring. What seemed to be a gloomy dead-end on West 203rd Street revealed a tiny park with picnic tables and tulips. And along the Harlem River, the loudest sound was a coach on the river, urging on her rowing team.From Yelp*Isham Park is a little-known secret for tennis players in Manhattan.I feel so grateful being from the West Coast to have landed in Inwood.It is easily accessible from the 1 train so commuting there is easy even if you don't live in the area.The maintenance does not reflect the STAR credit85% financing permittedPied--Terre allowedSublets Allowed

Listing courtesy of Citi Habitats, Inc.

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