Washington Heights Brownstone Hits the Market For $2.5M | Curbed NY

by Jessica Dailey

Washington Heights Brownstone

It’s not the most expensive home currently available in the neighborhood, but at $2.475 million, this single family brownstone is now the priciest townhouse in Washington Heights (the “most expensive” title actually goes to a condo). Located at 431 West 162nd Street near Roger Morris Park, the house has been lovingly maintained; there’s a lot of original carved wood moldings and paneling, pocket doors, and the original butler’s pantry, plus a private garden.

Read more: Washington Heights Brownstone Hits the Market For $2.5M – Tuesday Townhouse – Curbed NY.

Washington Heights Brownstone Patio

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