A captivating and charming turn-of-the-century townhome restored and transformed into four full-floor homes.
This lovely two bedroom, two bath residence enjoys southern and northern exposures, and overlooks a gorgeous tree-lined street. Contemporary in style, this home has grand windows, wide-plank white oak floors, great open spaces, a light-filled kitchen with Carrera marble backsplash elegantly cut in a diamond-shaped pattern, dark grey soapstone countertops, modern white cabinetry, and all Bosch appliances. The spacious living room provides for generous hosting, dining, and relaxing moments. This residence also access to a roof terrace. The exciting art deco inspired bathrooms are modern, clean-lined, and designed with white Carrera marble giving it an elegant look. This home includes a washer and dryer, and is designed with great care for ease of life.
Located in the storied Jumel Terrace Historic District on the border of Hamilton Heights, people have enjoyed the sublime wide streets, lush gardens, and trees stretching across lyrical townhouses for over 100 years. The majestic Morris Jumel Mansion, located across the street, is the crown of Sugar Hill and once served as George Washington's headquarters for the 1776 Battle of Harlem Heights. W.E.B. DuBois, Paul Robeson, Count Basie, Lena Horne, Coleman Hawkins, Teddy Wilson, Johnny Hodges, and dozens of Jazz Masters have lived in this enclave.
Amenities includes the upcoming North End Market. The soon-to-open Highbridge Park will offer new playgrounds, a jogging path, sports grounds, and more lush green spaces. New restaurants like Honeywell, Hand-Pulled Noodle Company, Tazso, Harlem Public, and Crazy Anne's offer great dining and nightlife destinations. The area has many green spaces so bring your green thumb!
The Contract Purchaser(s) of this residence will have full roof access to use the roof for any lawful purpose.
The complete offering terms for condominium units are in an Offering Plan available from Sponsor. File No. CD 17-0115.