This Romanesque Revival townhouse was constructed at 103 Hamilton Place, in the historic Harlem neighborhood of Hamilton Heights, back in 1910. In more recent years it’s been carefully restored and upgraded, with the goal to bring the home back to its original grandeur. Rooms still hold marble fireplaces as well as pine, mahogany and oak shutters, windows and doors. That’s paired with a modern kitchen and bathrooms, although one still holds its original clawfoot tub.
The home is configured as a grand, single-family property. The dining room and kitchen are located on the garden level so that the modern kitchen leads directly out to the landscaped backyard.
The modest garden patio holds seating and a fountain.
The parlor floor is separated into three different spaces. In the front, a formal parlor with large windows holds a marble fireplace. The middle area holds a dedicated music room. Finally, at the rear, is a more casual media and living room.
The bedrooms are situated upstairs–there are three in total.
The master takes up the entire fourth floor and is connected to a sitting room, walk-in closet and dressing area, and bathroom. There’s no better bathroom amenity than a restored clawfoot tub!
This beautiful brick townhouse is located right in the heart of Hamilton Heights, and just north of the City College of New York. The walk to the Hudson River, and Riverbank State Park, is only a few short blocks.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Hamilton Heights