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Washington Heights Brownstone Hits the Market For $2.5M

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It's not the most expensive home currently available in the neighborhood, but at $2.475 million, this single family brownstone is now the priciest townhouse in Washington Heights (the "most expensive" title actually goes to a condo). Located at 431 West 162nd Street near Roger Morris Park, the house has been lovingly maintained; there's a lot of original carved wood moldings and paneling, pocket doors, and the original butler's pantry, plus a private garden. The biggest negative? Some colorful wall-to-wall carpeting. Harlem Bespoke points out that "the surrounding blocks are a revelation for those interested in an intact brownstone neighborhood and is one of the most breathtaking in the city," but the blogger wonders if this northern area is ready for something at this price point.

· Listing: 431 West 162nd Street [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· Dwell: 431 West 162nd Street Townhouse [Harlem Bespoke]