515 West 179TH STREET
Between St Nicholas Avenue and Audubon Avenue Washington Heights
This home has been sold
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Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,304
This 16 foot x 48 foot townhouse has approximately 2,839 square feet. The property was built (estimated) in 1901. Two family home or single home occupancy townhouse. Three floors + basement. Garden floor, parlor floor and second floor. There is a large skylight over the staircase and in the kitchen of the top floor unit. This townhouse is currently set up as two floor through apartment units and garden duplex unit. One on the parlor floor and one on the second floor and one on the garden floor. Both apartments currently have 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and 1 bath with southern and northern exposures. The garden level unit has a separate gated entrance, terrace, finished basement and backyard access from garden level terrace and basement. The garden level unit currently does not have a kitchen and has a large 1/2 bath. This townhouse can be apartments, single home or owner’s garden level duplex with separate entrance plus income producing rental units above. Sold As Is and occupied with unregulated tenants.
Current Department of Finance Building Classification: B3-2 residential. Convenient public transportation. Both the #1 train & the "A" train station at St. Nicholas Avenue and 181st Street. Easy access to the rest of the tri-state area via nearby expressways and bridges.
155th Street to Dyckman Street, from the Harlem 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 believe that 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.