A lot happened in 1939. Classic films like “The Wizard of Oz” and “Gone With the Wind” hit theaters. Lou Gehrig retired from the New York Yankees, and was just months from moving into this part of the city himself. And in Queens, LaGuardia Airport was officially dedicated, although it was just called New York Municipal Airport at the time.
And much closer to home, Riverdale Park opened with one of its many featured co-op units, C63 at 5430 Netherland Ave. Now this fantastic two-bedroom, two-bathroom home can be featured in your life.
Live on the corner of Riverdale Park’s top floor, with spacious rooms featuring pre-war details like elegant archways, high ceilings and picture molding. The windowed, updated kitchen comes with granite counter tops.
The en suite master bedroom was recently renovated.
Building amenities include bike and storage units, and a deeded indoor parking space.
Monthly maintenance is $1,495, and your new home is waiting for you right now for just $390,000.