- SQFT 1,425 sqft
- Bathrooms 2.00
- Bedrooms 2
- Maint/CC $0
- Price $7,950 per month
Nestled between an elegant park and a quiet cul-de-sac, 8 Sylvan Terrace is a fully restored townhome originally built-in 1882.
The home was once featured in Dwell Magazine for its modern yet charming interpretation of the classic Manhattan lifestyle. Located in Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan, 8 Sylvan Terrace is a 1,425 square foot, three-story home fully restored and modernized with smart home features and energy-efficient extras throughout. Its two-bedroom two-bath layout is being offered fully furnished.
Upon entering the home, you are immediately greeted with the warmth of the original refinished wood staircase and floors and soaring ceilings. This level is home to a stylishly furnished living room and a bedroom with a desk and wardrobe, both with working wood fireplaces, and a full bath. The modern bathroom at the end of the hall includes a stand-up shower with a functioning window. The generous windows allow light to permeate throughout this level of the home.
On the lower level of the home, you will find the family room with a stunning modern kitchen topped off by original beamed ceilings. This multipurpose room is the social center of the home. The cozy seating area is warmed by a wood fireplace, the dining table can comfortably seat six, and the expertly appointed open kitchen with luxurious amounts of storage complete the scene. In the adjoining garden grows a large pear tree with an accompanying grill and seating area.
The third level of the home features the largest bedroom with a seating area and a pristine private bathroom. The ceilings soar and are adorned with original beams and two skylights that warm the entire space. A working brick fireplace and two chandeliers invite you to settle in for the evening. This level also includes a full-service laundry room.
Sylvan Terrace is a quiet cobblestone street characterized by 19th-century wooden rowhouses. Located at the end of the street is Morris-Jumel Mansion and Roger Morris Park. A large supermarket and the 163rd Street subway station are just a short distance away.