This brick row house is near the Yeshiva University Campus (between 184-185 St.). Built in 1899, it features seven-rooms, four bedrooms and two baths, spread out on three floors. The first floor living area leads out to a private patio. There is abundant storage and recreational space in the lower floor. This home has tons of original details including high ceilings, a fireplace, period moldings and large windows. The east and west exposures provide plenty of sunlight all day long. Only a few blocks to the 1 and A trains, buses, restaurants, and cafes of the new trendy Heights. The boiler and roof were recently replaced.