The building is currently divided into two triplexes. (See Floor Plan 1 )
Each unit is nearly the size of some full townhouses. The lower unit has two oversized bedrooms with 12' ceilings. The upper unit has a diversity of spaces, including up to 5 bedrooms, as well as a roof garden.
Unlike many townhouses in which the second unit is a small garden apartment, this building has two large spaces with very different amenities. The homeowner can move to different spaces depending on need and desire.
Single Family Use
The building can easily be converted to single family use through the removal of one non-loadbearing wall. Further alterations could include full recovery of the original one-family use with the return of the front stoop and minor renovations upstairs. (See Floor Plan 2)
Historic 2 Family Townhouse
Lot: 19' x 100'Built 19' x 50'
4½ Floors & Cellar
Over 5000sf of Interior Space
& 1400sf of Garden/Roof Deck Space
Fully Renovated in 2007-2008 with:
New Roof (Torch & Seal Membrane)
New Boiler (Peerless, Steam - Fuel Oil #2 )
Upgraded Electric & Plumbing
Built 1888/1889. Architect: A.B. Jennings. Landmarked, Located Within the
Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District
Part of a contiguous row of 7 buildings
of carved Indiana Limestone.
Directly above the 145th Street Station
(A,B,C & D Subway Lines)
10 minutes (2 Express Stops) to Columbus Circle
5 minutes by car from the George Washington Bridge, and the Major Deegan & Bruckner Expressways.
In January 2010, the upstairs tenants were featured in a “Habitats” column in The New York Times. The article includes a slideshow of photographs of the upstairs apartment.
The development of the Columbia University Science Campus north of 125th Street will have a major impact on housing prices in this area.
rents expire in April and May
rent currently $3,500 each
new rent can be $4,000 each
Renters willingly to stay with increased price.
Can be single house easily.