This MASSIVE TOP Floor 2 BEDROOM with SUNLIGHT pouring in and almost 10’ SOARING CEILINGS! 1105sf!! 675 WALTON, a landmarked building, built in the Art Moderne style, the building resembles a ship when looking upon it from the corner of 153rd and Walton with port windows dotting down the front of the building in a vertical line. IT’S ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT-AFTER PROPERTIES IN THE AREA. This TOP FLOOR apartment features: - RENOVATED EAT-IN KITCHEN - SUNKEN LIVING ROOM - GRAND FOYER - LARGE WINDOWED BATH WITH CLOSET - ARCHED doorways - HARDWOOD FLOORS w detail - TONS OF SUN! STORAGE is waitlisted currently. BIKE ROOM is available for $10/month. GRANDE CONCOURSE HISTORICAL DISTRICT and TRANSPORTATION is hard to beat: SUBWAYS — B / D / 4 / 5 / 2 and Metro North stops all in WALKING DISTANCE, 20 MIN anywhere in Manhattan, east or west! The BRONX TERMINAL MARKET is just down the street, with Target (and Starbucks), a Food Bazaar Supermarket, Bed Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, BJ’s Club Store, and more! PARKS: SURROUNDED BY PARKS, FRANZ SIGEL PARK is just across the street on Walton, featuring a well maintained rolling walking path, BASEBALL fields, and a DOG RUN, and on the 153rd street side, a large PLAYGROUND on an ELEVATED plane gives kids a place to play up and away from the street. Newer parks include the sprawling MACOMBS DAM PARK next to YANKEE STADIUM, with a premier RUNNING TRACK, soccer/football field, handball courts, basketball courts, fitness equipment and more, plus additional baseball fields and walking paths through natural grass surrounds. There’s also another playground and a SKATE PARK across from the park. Also nearby is the MILL POND PARK, with a beautiful strolling esplanade along the Bronx bank of the Harlem River, with water features, GRILLING areas, and both public (city/outdoors) and private (club/indoor) TENNIS COURTS. Across from The Bronx Courthouse on 161st is the other neighborhood Starbucks. The historical Bronx Post Office has been taken private with a rooftop club/restaurant and new shopping and dining destinations planned.? TRULY A HOME IN THE CITY — easy access to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan but a reprieve from the crowds. Coveted outdoor space galore! All signs point to the continued growth and development of this area.