24 Cooper St, Apt 5E

$275,000

Inwood

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$1,094

Inwood, Top Floor Two Bedrooms

Streaming natural light from east, west and south, 9 ft ceilings welcomes you to this top floor two bedroom home. This pre-war non-elevator building is wonderfully well maintained.

A brick wall and graceful archway adorn the living room. There's two spacious floor to ceiling closets. Both bedrooms could accommodate a king size bed.

This apartment features a practical layout with windowed kitchen, new stainless steel appliances, long quartz tile counter perfect for food preparation with plenty of cabinets & drawers, plus a washer and dryer. Dishwashers are allowed.

There's a new video intercom and the super resides in the adjacent building. Dogs are allowed.

An HDFC coop with restrictions: Section 576:
1-2 persons: $87,408, and 3-4 persons: $101,976
Please note this unit has to be your primary residence.

LOWER EAST SIDE PEOPLE'S FEDERAL CREDIT UNION has approved this building for financing allowed 90%.

You will love being in close proximity to the Met's Cloisters, Isham Park, Inwood Hill Park, bicycling trails, Planet Fitness, restaurants, cafes. Conveniently located near the A & 1 trains, M4, M5 & M98 buses, Broadway fresh fruit market.

  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: BOND New York
Property: 24 Cooper St


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