Steeped in history within the landmarked neighborhood of Hamilton Heights, this Romanesque-style three (3) family townhouse that is currently configured as a two (2) family, designed in 1897 by world-renowned architect Henri Fouchaux, boasts, Feng-shui designed garden with authentic pine and apple trees. Nestled on Hamilton Terrace, voted in New York Magazine as one of the top 20 prettiest blocks in all of New York City, this neighborhood was the main set for the film 'The Royal Tenenbaums suitable for office or corporate housing.
The Garden Apartment is a one (1) bedroom boasting 1,000 square feet of pure historic garden brownstone delight featuring plenty of closet space and a large bedroom with an open kitchen.
The Triplex boast 5 bedrooms and 2 baths including a private deck, cellar, 6 fireplaces, and 11'+ ceilings. Beautiful and jaw-dropping original wood and plaster details throughout the house.
Close to the A, B, C, D trains at 145th st, The Hamilton House, St. Nicholas Park, City College and plenty of restaurants and shops.
Please contact broker to schedule appointment. The unit will be delivered vacant.
Listing Courtesy of Charlie Lewis
17' x 100’ (52' deep)
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Laundry in Building
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