#687: Hamilton Heights
Check out this spacious one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment in one of Manhattan’s best neighborhoods. Located on the third floor of a well-maintained, six-story apartment building in Hamilton Heights, this 696-square-foot unit features sturdy hardwood floors, large windows for lots of natural light, and electric heating. The kitchen features a full-sized refrigerator, gas range, and microwave. An expansive living room provides ample space for a sofa and additional furniture, such as a small dining table and multiple chairs. The sunlit bedroom can support a queen-size bed, nightstands, dresser, and a personal workspace. Known for its spacious apartment buildings, iconic brownstones, and multi-family row houses, Hamilton Heights is a diverse neighborhood located in the Upper Manhattan area. Home to the City College of New York, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and The Harlem School of the Arts, Hamilton Heights is a popular place to live among aspiring actors, artists, college students, entertainers, and working professionals. Hamilton Heights also contains the historic sub-neighborhood of Sugar Hill to the east. Named after Alexander Hamilton, Hamilton Heights is a walkable neighborhood filled with tree-lined streets, restaurants, and beautiful public parks for you to enjoy. Check out Riverbank State Park, where you will find numerous amenities, or venture east into Sugar Hill and explore the beauty of Jackie Robinson Park. Situated on a quiet street between Henry Hudson Parkway and Broadway, this 1926 elevator building is an ideal home for anyone who plans to commute for work or school. From the front door of the building, it will take you eight minutes to walk to 157th Street station for the 1 train on the IRT Broadway - Seventh Avenue Line. Offering rooms that can be furnished upon request, this smoke-free apartment includes high-speed WiFi and street parking. Short and long-term leasing options are available. Book a tour today before this apartment is gone!...
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