476 West 142nd Street
Amsterdam & Convent Avenue Hamilton Heights
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,400
- Alarm system
- Central air
- Decorative fireplaces
- High-speed internet
Come see why the New York Post has designated this townhouse as one of its "Dream Homes" properties!
This turn- of- the- century Beaux Arts townhouse on a landmark block in Hamilton Heights has been meticulously renovated for contemporary living. In triple mint condition, this home with beautiful limestone fa‡ade combines the stately character of historic Harlem with modern European design. The townhouse has 4400 sq ft of spacious, loft-like interior and has been finely crafted with marble and wrought iron details. The owner's triplex boasts French doors, 11 foot ceilings, 3 fire places with ornate mantels, gorgeous wood floors, over-sized windows, and a state-of-the-art kitchen with butler's pantry. One floor of the triplex has been customized for entertaining on a grand scale. Additionally, each floor has a wrought iron balcony or terrace. The garden floor has a separate entrance, full kitchen and bath, a Bosch washer/ dryer, and is suited for either guest quarters or a one bedroom rental. The south facing yard has been beautifully landscaped, complete with a canopy. Other features include a finished basement, central A/C, Bosch appliances, two wet bars, three full bathrooms, two powder rooms, and new roof, electrical and plumbing systems.
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Uptown West, from West 125th Street to West 155th Street, from Riverside Drive to St. Nicholas and Edgecombe Avenues.
The Harlem sub-neighborhood of Hamilton Heights boasts some of the city’s most-desired townhouses, and is best known for “Strivers’ Row” — which is actually more than one block of Harlem townhouses that share rear courtyards — the Harlem sub-neighborhood of Hamilton Heights has some of the most-desired townhouses in New York City. Parts of Strivers’ Row were designed by the noted architecture firm of McKim, Mead and White, and in addition to the gardens in back many of the townhouses have lovely staircases, fireplaces, pocket doors, and moldings. Even in the surrounding area, the conjunction of great subway access (the train stops at 135th and 145th streets) and beautiful row houses makes Hamilton Heights a lovely place to rent or buy a home.