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409 EDGECOMBE AVE

Apt. 4C
Between West 153rd Street and West 154th Street
Coop
$349,000

This home is in contract

Maintenance/Common Charges: $956
10% down $34,900
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number B Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number D Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 155th St
Subway number B Frederick Douglass Blvd - 156th St
Subway number 3 Adam C. Powell Blvd - 149th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 157th St
Essentials
Price $349,000
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Exposure South & East
Key Features
Doorman
Security Guard
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Dining Room
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail

Motivated Seller, price just reduced! Great opportunity to live at 409 Edgecombe Avenue in a extra large one bedroom home in Harlem's historic Sugar Hill neighborhood! Enjoy Eastern light and a flexible layout with a living room and separate large dining room along with 9 foot ceilings throughout. The kitchen and bathroom are windowed and there are elegant details throughout this gracious home including ceiling and picture moldings and a French doorway separating the living room from the bedroom. The corner bedroom has two exposures and comfortably fits a queen bed. The large entry foyer includes a separate area tucked away that can be used as a home-office. Enjoy the expansive open view to the East thanks to the apartment's location atop a hill. This apartment can use some TLC and updating, and has tremendous potential.

This 13-story landmark building has a part-time overnight doorman, resident superintendent, service elevator and common laundry room. There is a new video intercom system and the building established a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program this Spring providing the opportunity to purchase fresh food by partnering with a farm. The building is pet friendly with a 30 pound limit for dogs. Convenient to the C train (2 blocks away at 155th Street), the A,B,C,D express stop entrance between 147th - 148th Streets (along with a large Foodtown market), and the #1 at 157th Street and Broadway. Jackie Robinson Park and Highbridge Parks are at your doorstep along with the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Sugar Hill Museum, Audubon Mural Project and the Morris Jumel Mansion, a historic site that served as General Washington's headquarters during the fall of 1776, and where Lin-Manuel Miranda spent time writing the musical "Hamilton". Alexander Hamilton's home, The Grange, lies just to the South at 141st Street. Yankee Stadium is a mere .7 miles away and a 10 minute bus ride. Enjoy magnificent historic district architecture and local restaurants such as Tsion Cafe, featured in the NY Times.

409 Edgecombe Avenue recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. Become part of its rich history that includes many famous residents including Thurgood Marshall and pioneering attorney Eunice Carter, Artists Aaron Douglas and Elizabeth Catlett, Civil Rights leaders W.E.B. Du Bois, Walter White and Roy Wilkins. Not familiar with the area? We'll take you on a professionally-guided tour!

This is a Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) cooperative with income restrictions based on 120% Area Median Income. The maximum gross income for households of one is $89,640; for two – $102,480; for three – $115,320; for four – $128,040; for five – $138,360; for six --- $148,560.

Hamilton Heights
Living in Hamilton Heights
Bordered by the Hudson River to the west and dotted with parks and community gardens, Hamilton Heights is a charming place to call home. This diverse neighborhood has some of Manhattan's most picturesque streets and a plentiful supply of historic properties. In recent years many new bars and cafes have opened to serve the influx of students, young families and urban professionals attracted to the area. Commuting to the rest of the city is easily done as the A, B, C, D and 1 trains stop in the neighborhood.
Explore Hamilton Heights
409 EDGECOMBE AVE
409 Edgecombe Avenue
Classic Harlem Pre-war elevator building perched high above Jackie Robinson Park with views of the Harlem River and Yankee Stadium.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1917
14 floors
124 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Doorman
Cable ready
Security guard
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
High-speed internet
Video security

This home is in contract

409 EDGECOMBE AVE
Apt. 4C
Between West 153rd Street and West 154th Street
Coop
Essentials
Price $349,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $956
10% down $34,900
Type Co-op
Bedroom 1
Bathroom 1
Rooms 3
Exposure South & East

Motivated Seller, price just reduced! Great opportunity to live at 409 Edgecombe Avenue in a extra large one bedroom home in Harlem's historic Sugar Hill neighborhood! Enjoy Eastern light and a flexible layout with a living room and separate large dining room along with 9 foot ceilings throughout. The kitchen and bathroom are windowed and there are elegant details throughout this gracious home including ceiling and picture moldings and a French doorway separating the living room from the bedroom. The corner bedroom has two exposures and comfortably fits a queen bed. The large entry foyer includes a separate area tucked away that can be used as a home-office. Enjoy the expansive open view to the East thanks to the apartment's location atop a hill. This apartment can use some TLC and updating, and has tremendous potential.

This 13-story landmark building has a part-time overnight doorman, resident superintendent, service elevator and common laundry room. There is a new video intercom system and the building established a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program this Spring providing the opportunity to purchase fresh food by partnering with a farm. The building is pet friendly with a 30 pound limit for dogs. Convenient to the C train (2 blocks away at 155th Street), the A,B,C,D express stop entrance between 147th - 148th Streets (along with a large Foodtown market), and the #1 at 157th Street and Broadway. Jackie Robinson Park and Highbridge Parks are at your doorstep along with the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Sugar Hill Museum, Audubon Mural Project and the Morris Jumel Mansion, a historic site that served as General Washington's headquarters during the fall of 1776, and where Lin-Manuel Miranda spent time writing the musical "Hamilton". Alexander Hamilton's home, The Grange, lies just to the South at 141st Street. Yankee Stadium is a mere .7 miles away and a 10 minute bus ride. Enjoy magnificent historic district architecture and local restaurants such as Tsion Cafe, featured in the NY Times.

409 Edgecombe Avenue recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. Become part of its rich history that includes many famous residents including Thurgood Marshall and pioneering attorney Eunice Carter, Artists Aaron Douglas and Elizabeth Catlett, Civil Rights leaders W.E.B. Du Bois, Walter White and Roy Wilkins. Not familiar with the area? We'll take you on a professionally-guided tour!

This is a Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) cooperative with income restrictions based on 120% Area Median Income. The maximum gross income for households of one is $89,640; for two – $102,480; for three – $115,320; for four – $128,040; for five – $138,360; for six --- $148,560.

Doorman
Security Guard
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Dining Room
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Hamilton Heights
Living in Hamilton Heights
Bordered by the Hudson River to the west and dotted with parks and community gardens, Hamilton Heights is a charming place to call home. This diverse neighborhood has some of Manhattan's most picturesque streets and a plentiful supply of historic properties. In recent years many new bars and cafes have opened to serve the influx of students, young families and urban professionals attracted to the area. Commuting to the rest of the city is easily done as the A, B, C, D and 1 trains stop in the neighborhood.
Explore Hamilton Heights
Subway Lines
Subway number C Subway number B Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number D Subway number 1
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 155th St
Subway number B Frederick Douglass Blvd - 156th St
Subway number 3 Adam C. Powell Blvd - 149th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 147th St
Subway number 1 Broadway - 157th St
409 EDGECOMBE AVE
409 Edgecombe Avenue
Classic Harlem Pre-war elevator building perched high above Jackie Robinson Park with views of the Harlem River and Yankee Stadium.
Details
Prewar
Built in 1917
14 floors
124 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Landmarked
Amenities
Doorman
Cable ready
Security guard
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
High-speed internet
Video security