Riverdale co-op a great place to get started

Carolyn Young & Lee Moskof of Brown Harris Stevens


It’s time to plant your roots in Riverdale — and you can do it right now for just $345,000.

This one-of-a-kind junior-four apartment at 645 W. 239th St., includes not only spacious rooms, but also an expanded kitchen and dining area, as well as a unique office space.

Hardwood floors are everywhere in this beautifully renovated apartment — part of a co-op building that features a live-in super, laundry room, storage area and bicycle room. There’s also a children’s playground, a waitlisted garage, and a dog-friendly community.

Located west of the Henry Hudson Parkway, it’s convenient to shops, restaurants, schools, parks and everything else Riverdale has to offer.

It’s also near a Metro-North stop, express buses to Manhattan, and local buses as well as the 1 train and, of course, the Henry Hudson Parkway.

Maintenance is $866 monthly.

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