18 SYLVAN TER
161st. St. & St. Nicholas Ave Washington Heights
Nearby Subway Stations
Large Master Bedroom, second full-size bedroom and bathroom. Large storage attic above this floor above the master bedroom.
Living room, eat-in kitchen. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances including dishwasher. High 10'+ ceilings. Bathroom and full-sized washer/dryer. Outdoor deck outside of the kitchen.
1 bedroom apartment, newly renovated. Large living room with open kitchen with all new stainless steel appliances including dishwasher. Renovated bathroom and decorative fireplace.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,425
- Decorative fireplace
You'll feel like you've taken a step back in time walking down the car-free cobblestone street known as Sylvan Terrace. Here sit 20 identical rowhouses built in the late 1890's. Originally it was a carriageway leading to NY's oldest house, the Morris-Jumel mansion, which served as George Washington's headquarters during the Revolutionary War. These houses were declared Landmarks in the 70's and restored to their original appearance. Number 18 offers the owner a rare bonus. This is a legal 2-family house. Live upstairs and earn income from the 1 bedroom apartment on the ground floor. The apartment has a generous sized living room/kitchen with a decorative fireplace. Upstairs, thru the entry vestibule, is the living room with tall windows, an updated eat-in kitchen, 1 bath and a full-sized washer/dryer. The house has high 10'+ ceilings, molded doorways and a beautiful skylight above the original staircase. Dine al fresco or just relax on the deck outside of the kitchen. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms and a 2nd bath under construction. A large storage attic sits above the large master bedroom. The roof was redone 1 1/2 years ago. C Town supermarket, Rite Aide and C train right around the corner plus A, 1 train and Broadway bus service. Priced to sell and ready to go!!
Additional features of this building include: High 10 foot ceilings, Large Storage Attic, Molded doorways, Original Hardwood Floors, and Outdoor Patio.
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