The apartment of your dreams just came on the market at 409 Edgecombe Avenue, located in the historic district of Sugar Hill. This newly renovated 2BR coop which was once the residence of the honorable Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall is glorious! It has everything that one can desire spacious king and queen sized bedrooms, exposed brick walls, a granite kitchen that has a W/D combo, a dining room that was made for holiday dinners, and an enormous living room. In addition to all of this, there is a foyer, french doors, crown molding that embellish the 9' ceilings throughout the apartment and a plethora of closets, some that you can walk in. You'll really appreciate the icing on top of this red velvet cake breathtaking views of the Harlem River, Yankee Stadium and the Upper Manhattan skyline.
409 Edgecombe Avenue was also the abode of the legendary scholar and civil rights activist, WEB DuBois, as well as the renowned painter, who was a major contributor of the Harlem Renaissance, Aaron Douglas. The building, which overlooks Jackie Robinson Park, has a part time doorman, 132 units, 3 elevators and 2 well manicured outdoor patios. It is also in close proximity to the C train at 155th Street. Dogs & Cats are allowed; 2 maximum and under 30lbs.
This is an HDFC, income restricted building with 120% Area Median Income. The maximum gross income for 1 person is $87,720; 2 people - $100,200; 3 people - $112,680; 4 people - $125,160; 5 people - $135,240; 6 people - $145,200.