602 West 147th Street
Between Riverside Drive and Broadway Hamilton Heights
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Front: Large bedroom with a decorative fireplace and north and west facing windows that allow for beautiful light and a peak of Riverside Park. Full hall bath and a kitchenette. Rear: Bedroom.
Front: Large bedroom with a decorative fireplace, and north and west facing windows. Full hall bath with a claw foot tub. Rear: Bedroom.
Front: Up the stoop and into the front parlor (currently used as a bedroom) with high ceilings, original scrolled ceiling work, and pocket doors. Full hall bath. Rear: Spacious living room with a decorative fireplace.
Enter under the stoop into a "loft-like" open garden floor. You'll be greeted by a redone kitchen in the front and a huge dining room with an exposed brick wall in the rear. The dining room opens out to the 49 foot south-facing garden. The garden is decked for easy care. There is a full bath on this floor as well.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,000
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY to own a MOVE-IN READY single-family townhouse in Harlem on a beautiful tree-lined townhouse block. The home offers four floors plus a basement, a deep garden, renovated open kitchen, updated baths, thermopane windows, many upgrades, and plenty of flexible space to grow into and possibly build onto (with DOB approval). The location offers every possible convenience such as shopping, delicious restaurants, just two blocks from the subway, and beautiful Riverside Park on the corner. With this home you get LOCATION, SPACE, and VALUE - an opportunity you can't afford to miss. Call today for your private appointment.
Additional features of this building include: Exposed brick wall, Thermopane windows, and Huge garden.
Living in Hamilton Heights
Widely regarded as one of Manhattan’s most charming neighborhoods, it’s easy to see why living in Hamilton Heights holds appeal. Bordered by the Hudson River to the west and dotted by parks and green space, the area’s splendid, early 20th-century architecture transports to a world away from the big city’s relentless pace.