At $790K, this full-floor Hamilton Heights condo is a great investment
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At $790K, this full-floor Hamilton Heights condo is a great investment

November 6, 2018

The secret’s been out about Hamilton Heights for quite some time now, but there are still some great real estate deals to be had. For example, this completely charming condo at 789 Saint Nicholas Avenue takes up the full floor of a townhouse, has two bedrooms, and offers a winning combo of vintage details and renovated amenities–all for $790,000. And with a location just four blocks from the A, C, B, and D trains at 145th Street, you can get to Midtown in no time.

Since it’s on the top floor (three flights up), the 990-square-foot space gets lots of natural light. The 18-foot-wide living/dining room has exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, and a little nook perfect for a personal library.

The pass-through kitchen makes for a lovely open living arrangement while still offering some separation. It has stainless steel appliances, including a new dishwasher, granite countertop, hardwood cabinets that can be easily refinished to any color you like, and custom-made reclaimed wood breakfast bar.

The western-facing bedrooms are nice and quiet and both have large double closets. A bonus–there’s an in-unit washer/dryer. Best of all, real estate taxes are abated until 2028.

[Listing: 789 Saint Nicholas Avenue, #4 by Deondra Carter of Compass]

[At CityRealty]


Listing photos courtesy of Compass

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