#795: Hamilton Heights
If you are in the market for a luxurious apartment in Upper Manhattan, look no further than this stunning, four-bedroom, one-bathroom shared apartment. Located in Hamilton Heights, this 871-square-foot unit features exposed brick walls, high ceilings, large windows, radiator heating, new hardwood floors, and an all-in-one washer and dryer combo. All four sunlit bedrooms offer closets and can accommodate either a queen-size, full-size, or twin-size bed depending on the room. Perfect for college students and working professionals, this lavish Manhattan apartment boasts a newly renovated kitchen with beautiful countertops and stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and microwave. The tile-floor bathroom features a walk-in bathtub and shower combination. A spacious living and dining area provides plenty of room for a large sofa and dining table with four chairs. With a population of over 47,000, Hamilton Heights is a laid-back, residential neighborhood located in the northernmost part of the overarching West Harlem area. West Harlem contains the sub-neighborhood of Sugar Hill, one of the most picturesque and historic districts in all of Manhattan. Once home to New York City’s most prominent and affluent African-American residents, Hamilton Heights today is a diverse neighborhood filled with beautiful trees and Victorian architecture, as seen in the numerous apartment buildings and iconic brownstones that adorn these quiet, pedestrian-friendly streets. This neighborhood is named after Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, who lived his final years here. Hamilton Heights is notorious for its spectacular urban green spaces like Riverbank State Park, which runs along the Hudson River and offers tennis courts, an outdoor running track, a skate park, and playgrounds for kids. Served by numerous New York City Subway stations along Broadway and St. Nicholas Avenue, Hamilton Heights is an easily accessible neighborhood, a short distance away from Columbia University and popular attractions like Central Park. Reasonably priced apartments and single-family rowhouses attract a unique mix of college students, families, and working professionals. Located in a beautiful, 1930s, five-story brick building just off Broadway, this Hamilton Heights apartment is an ideal home for anyone wanting to live close to numerous dining options and outdoor amenities. For those looking to take advantage of public transit, a two-minute walk will get you to 145th Street station for the 1 train on the IRT Broadway-Seventh Avenue Line. Additional apartment features include recessed lighting, a wall-mounted TV in the living room, and high-speed WiFi. All rooms in this fourth-floor apartment may be fully furnished prior to moving in. Need more space? Book a tour today, before this unit is gone, and ask about renting this entire apartment....
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