About this property
Built in approximately 1910, 536 West 149th Street is a Neo-Grec brownstone Single Room Occupancy (SRO) townhouse located on an attractive block adjacent to the Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District. The 17-foot-wide house is 49 feet deep across five floors with a two-floor extension, for a total of 4,485 square feet (SF) of space with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, and is located on a 1,665SF lot with back yard. The property will be delivered vacant, with a Certificate of Non-Harassment (CONH).
The house retains period detail including its original façade, original woodwork including the central staircase, window surrounds and shutters and wainscoting, and period wood and lozenge-tile fireplaces in a variety of original colors. Sprinklers are in good condition, but most of the house will need renovation.
The home is a short 15-minute walk to City College and is near the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Riverbank State Park and Jackie Robinson Park, the Broadway commercial corridor and restaurants/cafes, The Hudson River Greenway, Ten Mile River Playground, and the Harlem River Drive. The C-line subway at 155th Street and the 1-line subway at 145th Street, and the M100, M101, M4 and M5 buses, are all within a short walk of the house.
This stunning property represents a wonderful opportunity for a family or rental investor, to be delivered vacant with CONH. Video walkthrough available. Taxes are an attractive $9,470 per year ($789 per month). Contact us today for your private showing!
*Property layout subject to confirmation by Buyer’s third-party representatives
Listing Courtesy of Robert D Pair