Pride in ownership is evident throughout this immaculate 16.75 X 50 Ft wide prewar renovated four story townhouse plus a finished basement in the Hamilton heights section of Harlem. The gorgeously renovated townhouse offers vintage hickory flooring throughout, 12' high Ceilings, crown molding, exposed brick, noise cancellation windows, front facing bay windows on parlor level, original tier on tier wood shutters, elegantly tiled bathrooms, solid Cherry wood doors, beautiful original detailed wood work including carved staircase railings and banisters.
This remarkable townhouse could be a great opportunity for cashflow, and or ideal for the first time home buyer looking to utilize the brilliant layout including owners unit set up on the garden level with a large home office.
Basement level includes high ceilings, laundry room, extra storage room, full bathroom with the space to build another room and an emergency exit leading to the rear garden level. The hand paved cemented insulated stones allows for a climate controlled basement year round, Perfect location for your wine cellar.
Renovations to this townhouse includes: Roof, Flooring, Electrical, Windows, Beams, Heating, plumbing, boiler, and water and gas main pipe from street.
Located on a lovely tree-lined street; just one block away from A, B, C & D trains and only three express stops to 42nd Street. Easy Access to the 2/3 trains, 4/5/6 and Metro North, M100 & M101 Buses.
Points of interest include: Hostos Community Campus serving the Inwood, Washington Heights and Northern Bronx community and provides a large variety of quality certificate for at various points in their educational journey.
The City of New York located in Hamilton Heights overlooking Harlem in Manhattan, 35-acre Collegiate Gothic campus spans Convent Avenue from 130th to 141st Streets St. Nicholas Park which contains Alexander Hamilton's historic home, "The Grange." Now designated as the Hamilton Grange National Memorial, it was moved 500 feet in 2008 from Convent Avenue to the north side of St. Nicholas Park, facing 141st Street.
Riverside Park stretching four miles from 72nd to 158th streets along the Hudson River, widely regarded as Manhattan's most spectacular waterfront park and as such one of only eight officially designated scenic landmarks in the City of New York.