Welcome to 313 Convent Avenue!
Take full advantage of this rare opportunity to create a spectacular one-family home OR unique two-family home.
This 5 story, 20 foot wide Flemish-style brick & brownstone townhouse boasts nearly 5000 square feet of interior living space in which to build your dream home.
313 is set back a generous 35 feet from the street with a gated entry and front garden for extra curb appeal and charm.
Enter through the owners duplex, which has been thoroughly and handsomely remodeled while preserving the original details throughout. The beautiful, renovated open kitchen leads to a well designed, shaded and inviting private garden/backyard, perfect for relaxing cocktails and al fresco dining and entertaining. Beautiful plantings and bluestone slate flooring make this the perfect outdoor oasis in the city. The upstairs features a museum quality stone foyer, grand living room, study/home office and massive bedroom.
Decorative fireplaces, high ceilings and oversized windows throughout add to the character and appeal of this special home.
The third, fourth and fifth floors feature 5 studio-style apartments; 3 are vacant and 2 are currently occupied. Upon request, the building can and will be delivered fully vacant.
The rooftop has wonderful, open views and can be easily transformed into a special getaway for stargazing and sunbathing.
Convent Avenue is one of the most beautiful, tranquil, quiet and picturesque streets in Hamilton Heights in a landmarked neighborhood with deep-rooted history and style.
Please note: Currently, 313 is configured as a 6-unit building. In addition to being a potentially fabulous single or two family home, this could also be an incredible multi-unit condo development; a rarity in this area. The possibilities are endless.
Transportation: A, B, C, D and 1 trains nearby
Close to: Restaurants, cafes, bars, shopping, museums and the 28 acre Riverbank State Park.
We look forward to personally touring you through 313 Convent Avenue, by appointment.
*THIS IS A CO-EXCLUSIVE WITH DOUGLAS ELLIMAN*