Built in 1889 by John Leo, 421 W 146th St is an elegant Queen Anne brick and rough-faced brownstone townhouse located in the Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill Historic District in Upper Manhattan. This beautifully renovated townhome is currently configured as a Five-Family Rental Investment property, with floor-through one-bedroom units across each of its five floors, each with its own brand new gas boiler and water heater in the finished basement, which also has new shared laundry. The property is poised to make a very healthy cash on cash return for a smart investor. Features of the pristine, newly-renovated apartments include hardwood floors, high ceilings, exposed brick, recessed lighting, brand new heating and electrical systems with individual thermostats, brand new kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and brand new fully tiled bathrooms. The renovation also cleverly uses windows and seating to highlight original facade features (such as pillars and bay) so that they can be fully appreciated from inside as well as outside the home. This lovely house is a short 15-minute walk to City College, and is in close proximity to the Dance Theatre of Harlem, Jackie Robinson Park, The Hudson River Greenway, The Ten Mile River Playground, and the Harlem River Drive. The Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue commercial corridors are within easy reach with shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars. The A/B/C/D-line subways at 145th Street are right around the corner, and the M3, M100 and M101 buses are all within a short walk of the house.Showings are by appointment. Contact us today for your private tour!
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