554 W 162nd Street  •  $2,690,000  •  Sq. Ft. 4,300  •  4 Bedrooms 5 Bath



  • RE Taxes:  $390

  • 18'-wide grand and classic limestone single-family Townhouse

  • Complete and exquisite renovation included restoring many of the home's original details

  • Custom Italian kitchen cabinets

  • Ceasarstone island and countertops

  • High end appliances (including a 48" professional grade range and an espresso machine)

  • 11' ceilings

  • Stunning marble master bathroom with a separate walk-in shower

  • Original mantles

  • Finished cellar

  • New mechanicals (including a new sprinkler system, zoned heating and AC, and on-demand hot water heater),

  • Oak floors throughout the house

  • Three living rooms and a den

  • Over 1,100 sf of finished outdoor space (a spacious deck off the kitchen, a backyard with natural grass and paving stones, and a roof deck).

  • Garden



The townhome is just off of Broadway, a few blocks from Columbia University's medical center and many restaurants and cafes that serve the university and medical community in the area.  Transportation options include: The C train at 162nd Street, the 1 train at 157th Street, and the express A train at 168th Street.   There is also a parking garage down the street.  






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