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Park Terrace Gardens, 75 Park Terrace East, D14
Adorable one bedroom apartment in ParkTerrace Gardens, Inwood's only full service building. Come home to your Art Deco gem with high ceilings, sunken living-room, open windowed kitchen with stainless steel appliances and view of the landscaped garden courtyard on one of Inwood's loveliest blocks, lined with historic Tudor homes. Park TerraceGardens is pet friendly, has common gardens, roof deck with views of the Henry Hudson Bridge, full-time concierge, porters, live-in super, on-site management office and free T1 internet line. The apartment is ideally situated with Inwood Hill park (160 acres of woodland, hiking trails and breathtaking Hudson River views) just two blocks west, Isham Park two blocks South, Broadway shopping, cafes and restaurants to the East and Target and Planet Fitness a short walk North. Convenient to the A Train (Express) 207th Streeet stop and the 1 train, 215th Street stop, Inwood is just 25 minutes to Midtown.
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