Landmark Warmth Meets Modern Luxury
Tranquility and elegance in this landmarked enclave designated, The Jumel Terrace Historic District Manhattan's majestic Morris Jumel mansion is a stone throw away from this meticulously gut-renovated 18' wide and expanded circa 1910 townhouse featuring both northern and southern exposures. Cobblestone streets, tree-lined privacy, and quiet serenity surround this residence. This charming, turn-of-the-century townhome was renovated with modern luxuries, sophistication and contemporary flair making this home an oasis in the midst of Manhattan.
This spacious third floor-through residence has a magnificent north facing over-sized living room with a large bay window overlooking the majestic Morris Jumel mansion. This meticulously renovated two-bedroom, two-bath residence features 5-inch wide plank Brazilian oak hardwood floors and recessed lighting throughout.
This residence boasts Mitsubishi split system heating and air conditioning units in all rooms as well as supplementary baseboard heating. The open-plan, chef-style gourmet kitchen features Kitchenaid appliances, quartzite white counter-tops and kitchen bar with pendant lighting. The stacked Electrolux washer/dryer is located in the hallway closet. Both sunny, south-facing bedrooms overlook the rear garden. The master bedroom has an en-suite marble bathroom featuring Grohe fixtures in the sink and bath with gray ceramic floor tiles. The bedroom closets are outfitted with white custom shelving units. This apartment features a private storage closet located in the basement.
Conveniently located near the newly renovated 163rd Street A/C subway station.
The Neighborhood: Jumel Terrace Historic District
Jumel Mansion Condominium at 422 West 160th Street is conveniently located with easy access to transportation, bars, restaurants, and a wide variety of shops along the Broadway corridor. You'll find a Planet Fitness, a renovated Super Foodtown, GNC, TD Bank, Bank of America, Hilltop ParkAlehouse gastropub, and an outpost of BoxersNYC bar. Just to the south are multicultural options like Harlem Public Tavern, The Handpulled Noodle, Chinese food, The Chipped Cup coffee house, Bono Trattoria, MamaSushi, and Hamilton's Bakery.
Outdoor enthusiasts can stroll to The Met Cloisters, Highbridge Park, Lily Brown Playground at Fort Washington Park, and the Hudson River Greenway and Bike Trail. Or a swimming pool, sport fields, skating, and relaxation await at Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park, a 28-acre facility on Riverside Drive at 145th Street offering diverse athletic and arts experiences for all ages and abilities.
Also in proximity are Columbia University Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian hospital, City College of New York, Columbia University (Morningside, Manhattanville), Barnard College, and Yeshiva University.
A and C Subway trains are just steps away at 163 Street, and the 1 train stops at 168th Street. Nearby M2 and M4 bus lines make the condominium even better for commuters.
The neighborhood offers affordable parking and quick car access at West 158th Street to the West Side Highway and George Washington Bridge, or across 155th Street to Yankee Stadium and the Major Deegan Expressway.
Sponsor makes no representations or warranties of any nature whatsoever with respect to any of the foregoing except as may otherwise be set forth in the offering plan. The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the sponsor File No. CD 18-0468.
Building Features 4 Floors4 Units
$899,000 / $880 per ft²
Listed on Jan 24, 2020
154 Days on Market
2 Beds / 2.0 Baths / 1,021 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $1,233
Maintenance: $468 / R.E. Taxes $765
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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