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188 Edgecombe Ave Harlem, New York, NY 10031

Off-Market $4,200 per month

  • Building Property type Townhouse
  • Bed Bedrooms 2 bed
  • Shower Bathrooms 2 baths
  • Plan2 Size 1,100 ft2

Overview

NEW GUT RENOVATED GARDEN APT 2 BEDROOM 1.5 BATHROOM DUPLEX WITH PRIVATE OFF STREET PARKING AVAILABLE Newly renovated duplex with private secure parking and outdoor space located in between historic Strivers' Row and Hamilton Heights. A great live/work spaceThis bright beautiful duplex apt. with available private parking space right in front of your apt. along with a lovely outdoor space with a new modern terrace. Inside you will find your open concept chef's kitchen with high end stainless steel appliances marble island counter top,hardwood floors recessed lighting throughout along with wrought iron railings leading to the lower floor of the apt. which can be divided.2 renovated new bathrooms along with Bosch washer and dryer.The apt is located on the border of Strivers' Row and Hamilton Heights around the corner from the subway short distance to City college and literally minutes into Midtown Manhattan, the Eastside, Westside and all around town, like Yankee stadium and all of the wonderful amenities in Manhattan and NYC.

Property Details

Amenities
  • 5 units in building
  • Built in 1910
Living area
1,100 ft2
Building
The Building

This unit is located at 188 Edgecombe Ave, a apartment in Harlem. Built in 1910, this pre-war low rise property has 5 units.

Ownership Type
apartment
Year Built
1910
Building Style
pre-war low rise  
Floors
3 stories
Units
5 units

Leasing Info

Rent
$4,200 per month
Broker Fee
$7,560
Security Deposit
ask the agent
Application Fee
ask the agent
Move-in Date
06/01/2019
Lease Term
1 year and up
Status

Neighborhood

Map of 188 Edgecombe Ave, New York, NY 10031

Coordinates: #<RGeo::Geographic::SphericalPointImpl:0x1c70a6cc "POINT (-73.9443 40.8226)">
Nearby Transit
4 min 145th St A A B B C C D D
9 min 135th St B B C C
10 min 145th St 1 1
Source
Listed by
Toqir Choudri