About this property
Hamilton Heights is now one of Manhattan's hottest neighborhoods. 548 West 148th is between Amsterdam and Broadway, in the middle of one of the most sought-after uptown locations. This is a three family brownstone anchored by an upper owner's duplex unit. The upper floors offer a beautiful 2-bed 2-bath duplex home with two free market 1-bedroom units to offset expenses on the lower floors. The duplex apartment features four (4) working gas fireplaces, and original and decorative moldings including a dining room with mahogany columns to create a beautiful dining experience. Inside the living room, the focal point is a magnificent mahogany fireplace with three inset mirrors over the mantle. The primary bedroom features Brazilian rosewood herringbone parquet flooring and a black marble fireplace with Arts and Crafts tile. The bathroom on the upper level benefits from a skylight, a soaking tub, and a glass-tiled shower. The secondary bedrooms are generous in size and have oversized windows to enjoy the views north and south. The eat-in kitchen features another tiled original working fireplace, a pressed copper ceiling, and a concealed washer/dryer. The lower two floors each have floor-through 1-bedroom apartments with access to a balcony on the parlor floor, and the garden on the ground floor. Lease terms are available upon request. Originally built in 1926, this home is part of a contiguous row of Italianate brownstones dating back to the early 20th century. The building was renovated in 2007 and obtained a Certificate of Occupancy as a three-family. From this location, you have excellent access to major transportation options. The A or D express just 3 stops, or 12 minutes, to 59th. The local B, C or 1 plus buses on Broadway, Amsterdam, and 145th. With the bike path just 2 blocks away, the Hudson River Greenway is easily accessible. Columbia University, City College, Riverside Park, and Saint Nicolas Park are all in close proximity. Call for more information and to receive a full setup.
Listing Courtesy of John McGuinness, Jason Tran