Building & Unit Features
The building is built extra deep, at 72 ft. long on a 100 ft. lot, with a large patio backyard. Financials info available by request. All showings with 24-hour notice.
The house is located at West 140th St. and Amsterdam Ave., in a picturesque Uptown neighborhood that was designed for fine country-home living. A favorite for its cool breezes and rolling hillscape, it received landmark status in 1974, and will forever remain a scenic low-rise district.
The building can be converted to a single-family mansion. The current configuration is a residential quadplex. Theres a total of 8 bedrooms and 7 full bathrooms. The floorplans are generous and king-sized:
Unit 1: 3-Bed / 2-Bath Duplex Apt.
Unit 2: 2-Bed / 2-Bath Floor-through Apt.
Unit 3: 1-Bed / 1-Bath Apt.
Unit 4: 2-Bed / 2-Bath Floor-through Apt.
All 4 units include:
- In-unit Washer/Dryer and Central A/C and Heat.
- Private outdoor space.
- High ceilings and hardwood flooring.
- Renovated kitchens and bathrooms, and abundant closet space.
- 24 hour college campus and amenities, 24/7 stores open.
- Extremely convenient location in the center of Uptown Manhattan.
- Nearby Food Universe supermarket, Key Food supermarket, and Hamilton Meat Market.
The house is across the street from the 10-block long campus of the City College of New York (CCNY). The beautiful St. Nicholas park is one block over, featuring ball courts, flat open terrain, and one of the best rabbit runs in NYC. Other nearby schools include The Harlem School of the Arts, and The High School for Math, Science and Engineering catering to gifted students from across the five boroughs
471 West 140th St. was built in 1901, with an extra high-stoop leading to the 2nd level. The limestone base is fully encrusted, with bold, three-dimensional masonry. There is a unique carved head keystone above the 2nd floor entrance to the building. The huge curved projecting bays provide great views and extra space inside the house. The roof has a beautiful sheet metal cornice with swag and wreath embellishment.
Seeking the good life of an Uptown New Yorker, A. Hamilton's last residence was the Grange House, now a US National Memorial located a block away at 141st St. & Convent Ave. He left the house to his wife and seven children, to whom he had written in 1803, the year before he died... "You see that I do not forget the Grange...nor anyone who inhabits it..."
Protected by over 3,000 neo-gothic gargoyles, the buildings around here are actual products of the city, carved from the Manhattan schist stone they got during construction of the IRT subway line. The area is truly remarkable for any fan of architecture, enclave city planning, and green spaces.
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