$985,000 $1,295,000
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Washington Heights, Manhattan | West 169th Street & West 170th Street
9 Rooms2 Beds3 Baths1,744 Square FeetMulti-Family

$985,000 $1,295,000
floors / apts3 / 2
Lot Size16'x95'
Built Size16'x35'
ZoneR7-2
Building TypeTownhouse
RE Taxes$4,255
Price Per SF
$565

Outdoor space and views

  • Backyard [16'x60']

Property Description

Awesome living and investment opportunity. This lovely two (2) family home boasts 5,446 square feet of allowed usable floor area with 3,705 square feet of that being unused. There are (2) complete one bedroom apartments in the apartment in addition to a ground floor space that includes a full kitchen, living area and access to the 1,000 square foot private back yard space.

Listing History

Now
04/12/2022
$985,000 [-$310,000] [23.9%]
Price Drop by Kirk Hamm
ESRA Realty LLC
02/28/2022
$1,295,000
Initial Price by Kirk Hamm
ESRA Realty LLC

Building Details

OwnershipMulti-Family
Building TypeTownhouse
AgePre-War
AccessWalk-up
Year Built1920
Floors/Apts3/2
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Transit and Citi Bike

Subway

168 St
0.12 miles
168 St-Washington Hts
0.15 miles
163 St-Amsterdam Av
0.39 miles
175 St
0.43 miles

Railroad

Highbridge YardMetro-North Railroad
0.49 miles

Citi Bike

Broadway & W 168 St
0.12 miles
W 171 St & St. Nicholas Ave
0.12 miles

Washington Heights | Manhattan

Quick Profile

Washington Heights, a hilly neighborhood on Manhattan’s northern tip known for its affordable apartments, preserved pre-war buildings, and Dominican food. Some would argue that it's a hidden gem and one of Manhattan's last neighborhoods that has retained its culture. The large swath of land is bordered by Inwood to the north along Dyckman Street, by Harlem to the South along 155th Street, by the Harlem River to the east, and the Hudson River to the West. It is the highest natural point on the Island of Manhattan. 

Despite its high residential density, Washington Heights and Inwood have not seen modern housing construction in more than a decade other than relatively small housing units. Midtown Manhattan, Battery Park, TriBeCa, Chelsea, and Hell’s Kitchen, on the other hand, have seen an increase in building. Most of the high rise construction belongs to hospitals such as New York Presbyterian, Columbia University Medical Center, and educational institutions like Yeshiva University and Boricua College. 

Washington Heights has access to amazing green spaces like The Cloisters, Fort Washington Park, Highbridge Park and Fort Tryon Park. There is no shortage of historical landmarks either. Remember General George Washington set up his camp in Washington Heights during the Revolutionary War. He used the elevated neighborhood to his tactical advantage to spot the Redcoats. As history would have it, his plan didn’t work out so well and the British occupied New York for seven years.  

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OLR ID: 83474TH