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In Hamilton Heights, a charming Romanesque Revival townhouse asks $2.7M

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The four-story corner house measures 3,200 square feet and comes with five bedrooms

Via Stribling

A charming corner townhouse in Harlem’s Hamilton Heights section is now on the market for $2.675 million. The four-story townhouse was built in 1893, and this is the first time the home has come on the market in two decades, according to the Stribling broker on the property.

The townhouse spans 3,200 square feet and is currently configured as a rental unit on the lower level, and the owners home above that. The rental unit is vacant so a new owner could choose to use this as a single family home.

The townhouse comes with a double parlor on the second floor which features decorative fireplaces, high ceilings, and large windows that provide eastern and southern exposures. The eat-in kitchen, and a formal dining room are located on the floor below, whereas the bedrooms are all located on the two floors above.

In all this Romanesque Revival townhouse has five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and a charming private garden; all the floors of the house are connected by a central staircase. This house now joins several other glorious Hamilton Heights townhouses that have come on the market in the last few years.