This grand old Harlem townhouse is packed full of original hardwood details
For buyers charmed by historic details and hardwood floors, stairwells, and cabinets, this Hamilton Heights townhouse at 152nd Street is nothing short of a show-stopper. The five-bedroom, 3.5-bath single-family limestone townhouse spans five floors, and was originally built in the 1910s.
The main garden level features a wood-lined entry way, a small living room (with an original mantle), a formal dining room, and a kitchen, which leads out onto the sunny outdoor patio. There's original woodwork throughout (and the wood cabinetry in the kitchen is a welcome change of pace from the usual materials):
There's another living room on the parlor level, bedrooms and full bathrooms on the upper levels, and more original details (including skylights) throughout:
The home also has a finished basement with storage, a full bathroom, and a laundry room, though it isn't pictured. And in spite of appearing to be well-maintained and in good condition, the home is priced at $1.995 million, below the going rate for historic townhouses in the area -- which likely means that the seller is interested in moving things along quickly, and if you're interested, you'll want to act fast.
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