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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