809 Riverside Drive
157 St & 158 St Washington Heights
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Attic, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom. Three bedrooms, one with skylight, bath and attic.
Master Bedroom, Terrace, Bathroom, Two Bedrooms, and an additional sink. Master bedroom with gas fireplace, hardwood floors and moldings throughout and small terrace off bedroom. Three additional bedrooms and bath.
Entry Hall, Living Room, Solarium, Dining Room, Kitchen, Terrace, and Garden. Entry hall leads to Living Room with eastern exposures. Carved window surrounds, marble mantle piece, and ornate ceiling decorations. Adjacent to the Living Room is a Solarium with original tile floor. Full dining room with wood paneling and stained glass windows. Kitchen and pantry with door leading to small terrace above the garage. Solid stair case leading to second floor with stain glass window at the stairs.
Upper Part-Boiler Room, Bathroom, Library, Wet Bar, Garage. Entrance from garage leads into the paneled library with gas fireplace. Updated bath with shower.
Mechanicals, Boiler Room, Basement, Storage, Courtyard, and Washer/Dryer. Marble floor and cedar closets
- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,012
MAJOR MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION, ACCEPTING OFFERS NOW! Extraordinary opportunity to own this one-of-a kind, attached single-family for $314 per sq. ft. Built by Nathan Berler, this 48 foot wide, Spanish-style house known as the "Berler-Duplex", has been characterized by the Audubon Park historic district as "one of the most interesting structures in Audubon Park". 809 RSD, designed by Moore & Landsiedel is built of brick with a terra cotta tiled roof. Located in one of Manhattan's renaissance neighborhoods, this house is graced with extraordinary details throughout, arched windows, ornate moldings, ceiling medallions, and three gas fireplaces, all with original detail. The house also boasts an attached garage, two terraces, one off of the master bedroom and kitchen, a solarium, library, original stain glass windows, a grand staircase, and herringbone-patterend wood floors. Although this property needs a full exterior and interior renovation, anyone with interest in historic preservation should not miss this opportunity to restore this classical piece of architecture back to its grandeur. Only steps to the "1" train! Shown by appointment only. THIS WON'T LAST!
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155th Street to Dyckman Street, from the East River to the Hudson River.
Stretching from river to river, the bustling neighborhood of Washington Heights is inspiring more than just the hit Broadway musical, In the Heights. Some say the value to be found in Washington Heights recalls that found on the Upper West Side in the 80’s — three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartments are not unusual. With its diverse housing stock, Washington Heights (also known as WaHi) boasts five- and six-story prewar apartment buildings, row houses, and Art-Deco co-ops. The Tudor-style Hudson View Gardens complex and Castle Village and Beaux-Arts co-ops such as the Grinnell and the Riviera are just some of the spots with apartments for sale.