Inwood is the neighborhood at the northernmost tip of Manhattan, with a southern boundary of Dyckman Street and encompassing the entire area from the Hudson River to the Harlem River. This neighborhood is sought after by those looking for an affordable option while still hoping to remain in Manhattan. It is filled with history, culture and magnificent parkland. The Inwood real estate market features coops, single family homes and most recently, some new luxury condominiums. Inwood's largest park, the beautiful Inwood Hill Park, has nearly 197 acres of lush green forest and is the last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan. Theatrical productions by local theatre groups, free concerts, and a newly refurbished playground at 218th Street grace this park. Across the street is Columbia University's 23-acre Baker Athletic Complex and fields. Nearby Isham Park has approximately 20 acres that is in constant use by picnicking, playing locals. This site played a crucial role in the battle of Fort Washington during the American Revolution and is set on top of a lush hill. Another great historical venue in Inwood is the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, located at 204th St and Broadway, is a Dutch Colonial style Farmhouse and a reminder of early Manhattan.
While a bustling city neighborhood, this close knit community still has a small town feel. Inwood proudly hosts a weekly organic Farmer's Market that comes to Isham Street on Saturdays with many local upstate farms participating. There are many wonderful restaurants, cafes and bars as well as stores and food shops. Inwood is connected to the Bronx by the Broadway Bridge and is serviced by the A express and the 1 trains. The A express gets to Times Square in a half hour and the 1 train is easily accessible at the Marble Hill Metro North Station at 225th and the Hudson River Line.
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