Built in 1894 by Frederick Dinkelberg, 403 W 148th St is an elegant Renaissance Revival Single Room Occupancy (SRO) limestone and brick townhouse located in the Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District. The house has been in the hands of the same family for over 35 years.
With a depth of 52 feet across four floors, this lovely home combines original features including oak woodwork, crown molding and original ceramic fireplaces, with the comforts of modern living. The property features five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and the high ceilings, tall windows, and large skylight above the beautiful Central Staircase combine to give a wonderful sense of light and space.
This property will be delivered vacant with a Certificate of Non-Harassment, offering the new Owner the opportunity to convert to a Residential (One or Two Family) home or Rental Investment Certificate of Occupancy, or simply enjoy it in its current well-maintained layout. The house also has attractive taxes ($399 per month).
This lovely house is a short 15-minute walk to City College, and is in close proximity to the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Jackie Robinson Park, The Hudson River Greenway, The Ten Mile River Playground, and the Harlem River Drive. The Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue commercial corridors are within easy reach with shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars. The A/B/C/D-line subways at 145th Street, and the M3, M100 and M101 buses, are all within a short walk of the house.
Showings are by appointment. Contact us today for your private tour!
Listing Courtesy of Robert D Pair
Real Estate Taxes
20' x 101' (56' deep)
Washer / Dryer in Unit
Private Outdoor Space
Laundry in Building
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