Modern beauty is enhanced by classic details in this wonderful townhouse in Hamilton Heights. Currently configured as a 2-family house with a 1 bedroom + 1 bath garden apartment and 4/5 bedroom + 2 bath triplex. Live in the triplex and rent out the 1BR; optimize income by renting both spaces; or convert the house back to an amazing one-family you've always dreamed of.
Built in 1899 and meticulously updated in 2015, this special property on a tree-lined street retains many restored and pristine-condition original details, like ornate fireplace mantles and original radiators, which balances out well with a contemporary style and luxuries today's buyer desires. Both residences also enjoy excellent natural light, strip hardwood floors, tasteful moldings & wainscoting, in-unit washers & dryers, abundant storage space, and access to a large, lovely 44' deep landscaped backyard and garden. An upgraded sprinkler system was installed in 2017 throughout the entire townhouse.
The floor-through garden apartment features comfortable living space, a kitchen with a center island/pantry & private deck leading to the outdoor garden. The triplex begins on the parlor level & exudes quality craftsmanship. Recessed lighting, built-in speakers & an updated sky-lit penthouse spa shower are among the updates. A gracious entryway with high ceilings spills into a formal gallery, beyond which is an elegant dining or living room. The eat-in kitchen with exposed brickwork & full suite of chef-grade stainless steel appliances spills out to the private north-facing deck for outdoor barbecues. On the 2nd level sit 2 sunny king-size bedrooms with walk-in closets & a full bath with an authentic cast iron claw-foot tub. Level 3 presents an oversized master bedroom with a huge walk-in closet, sky-lit spa bath & 2nd light-filled bedroom. The sizable laundry room with a washer & dryer can easily be combined with the walk-in closet to create another bedroom.
Located between Broadway & Amsterdam Ave in vibrant Hamilton Heights, near diverse restaurants & cafes including Bono Trattoria, Famous Fish Market, Sugar Hill Café, Budda Taco Bar + Fairway Uptown & other food markets, fitness facilities and nightlife spots. The 1, A, B, C & D trains are close by, as is the Harlem River Drive & Henry Hudson Parkway. Cultural, educational and recreational choices abound like Dance Theater of Harlem, Aaron Davis Hall, Sugar Hill Children's Museum, Morris Jumel Mansion/Museum, Harlem School of the Arts, Harlem Public, PS/IS 210 Twentyfirst Century Academy for Community Leadership down the block, Jackie Robinson Park, Riverside Park & Riverbank State Park, a 28-acre multilevel landscaped recreational facility with an outdoor skating rink.