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New York, United States

Living Area

1625 +/ .


The past meets the present in this architecturally designed, beautifully renovated historic row house. This amazing 3 story home with a small private outdoor space has been thoughtfully reimagined. This 6 room, 2+ bedrooms, 2 baths, open concept living space with stylish finishes, allows you a perfect setting for casual living and elegant entertaining.

Enjoy gathering in the generously sized gourmet kitchen, an inviting space anchored by a center worktable. Your inner chef will be inspired with its butcher block counter tops, stainless steel 6 burner SMEG oven and microwave, Bosch refrigerator and dishwasher, double farmhouse sink, and large pantry with an 18-bottle wine fridge.

An opening was created between the kitchen and parlor floor offering the feeling of additional space and light. The Parlor floor also boast side by side formal Living Room and Media Room. The comfortable 2 + bedrooms are located just one floor above.

Beautiful stained white oak hardwood floors and plenty of natural light flow throughout the home's lofty layout. Special highlights include, bathrooms on every floor, exposed brick and original joists, soaring ceiling heights, original 9' entry doors, ceiling fans, vented LG washer/dryer, all appliances less than 5 years old and a new hot water boiler.

Sylvan Terrace is one of New York Cities hidden secrets. 20, wood framed 19th century row houses line the street that was originally the carriage drive to the Morris-Jumel Mansion, the oldest home in Manhattan. General George Washington used this house as his temporary headquarters during the Revolutionary War and more recently, Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote part of the award winning musical Hamilton here.

This home is moments from the C train, a few blocks from the 1 train as well as near several bus lines. This location is close proximity to Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, City College and many great shops and restaurants.

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Stribling & Associates, Ltd.

Stribling & Associates, Ltd.
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