Unit 4K is a lovely, spacious and quiet interior facing unit, perfectly laid out for entertaining and to be a comfortable home. As you enter the unit, there is a spacious foyer area with two oversized closets providing plenty of storage for your belongings and items as well as visitors coats. To the left of this foyer is a generous, well proportioned living and dining area. Two interior facing windows provide plenty of natural light to this space, while keeping the apartment quiet. The dining area features ample space for 6 to dine comfortably, and the living area is large enough for a full sized couch or sectional, and your entertainment center and additional living room furniture. The large, galley style kitchen features plenty of room for two people to be in the kitchen at once, plus space for the gourmand to store all their kitchen belongings and appliances. The pass-through from the kitchen to living space is ideal for entertaining and makes it easy to chat with guests and family while in the kitchen. On the other side of the apartment, the extremely quiet bedroom is separated from the living space by a long hallway that features a third oversized closet. The bedroom itself is large enough for a Queen sized bed-set and additional furniture, and features its own closet space. The bathroom is simple but in good condition, featuring classic 4 inch white subway tile. Hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, and tasteful mouldings give the apartment that classic pre-war feel so many people find attractive.
This 6 story elevator building features about 70 units, has laundry and bike storage in the basement and is located directly across from Fort Tryon Park and The Cloisters. Entrances to the A line and the West Side Highway are within a block or two. Broadway, with all its shops, restaurants, groceries, and conveniences is very nearby. Isham Park features a Farmer's Market, and is just on the backside of the building. Inwood Hill Park is just a bit further north and has baseball fields, picnic areas and hiking and mountain biking trails overlooking the Hudson. The access to parkland, public transportation and the affordability in the area have made Inwood one of the most in-demand neighborhoods in NYC in the last 2 years.