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Sale listing #1415272
Fees: $1200/month
Taxes $6444/year
Property Type: Rental Building/Apartment
Floor: 1
Full Baths: 4
The monthly total payment including maintenance and/or common charges plus taxes is $13,979/month. This assumes 20% down payment and a 30 year rate of 7.00%.
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Gorgeous and elegant 4 family limestone for SALE. Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood in the northern part of Manhattan in New York City. It is the northernmost part of the West Harlem area, along with Manhattanville and Morningside Heights to its south, and it contains the sub-neighborhood and historic district of Sugar Hill. Washington Heights lies to Hamilton Heights' north, and to its east is Central Harlem.
There are spacious apartment buildings, brownstones and other row houses prominently lining the leafy eastern streets of Hamilton Heights, an area traditionally home to a substantial professional class.
~~ 4 family ( currently being converted to 4 family)
~~ Top floor 3 bedrooms / 1 bath Duplex with 2 full Deck
~~3 floor 2 bedroom with 1 deck
~~2 floor XXL Studio with extra storage ( can be turn to a large studio)
~~1 floor 1 bedroom with garden
~~ Huge Cellar

Currently, all the apartments are fully occupied by the paying tenants but not current market rental, some tenants have no lease or some on month-month or expiring soon.


Please bring all your offers but must show " proof of funds" and highly encouraged CASH BUYERS.

The neighborhood offers several parks, including the Riverbank State Park, embedded in Riverside Park, which runs along the Hudson River west of Hamilton Heights. Other parks in the neighborhood include Jackie Robinson Park, St. Nicholas Park,[16] and smaller sites such as Johnny Hartman Square, Carmansville Playground and William A. Harris Garden.

This elegant beauty is located between West 135th and West 155th streets, the Hudson River and a combination of St. Nicholas and Amsterdam Avenues is the Hamilton Heights neighborhood. It is currently home to the landmark City College of New York and the historic Convent Avenue and home to: many actors, artists, teachers, and other professionals now reside in Hamilton Heights

Once home to the estate of Alexander Hamilton (known as Hamilton Grange) this neighborhood, at one time, was considered an affluent extension of Harlem.

Buy this beauty and an owner and be part of a beautiful History.

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