$4.8M For Hamilton Heights’s Most Expensive Townhouse

harlem brown stoneAn over 100-year-old, five-story townhouse in Hamilton Heights is now on the market asking $4.795 million, making it the most expensive house in the neighborhood, the New York Post reports. Roof_Deck.0Built in 1895, the four-bedroom house was designed by architect Clarence True, who was well known for his work in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, particularly for the houses he designed on the Upper West Side and in Harlem.

The Hamilton Heights home now on the market had been vacant and had gone into disrepair over the last few decades, but it recently underwent a renovation which still maintained the old configuration of the house, and kept “some” of the old details.

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