In New York Metropolis, particularly in 2017, it might sound unimaginable to stay alongside a secluded, cobblestone mews. Particularly one lined with 20 good-looking yellow-painted picket rowhouses sporting inexperienced shutters.
It’s the sort of factor that solely exists within the 19th century, Europe or the films, proper?
It’s not. In Washington Heights, Sylvan Terrace meets these actual traits. It’s one of many metropolis’s “secret streets,” reminiscent of Pomander Stroll, Sniffen Courtroom and Love Lane Mews — tucked-away blocks house to unique actual property that doesn’t grow to be obtainable fairly often.
However a three-story rowhouse at 16 Sylvan Terrace is presently available on the market — and at a reduction, too, as first reported by Curbed.
This two-bedroom pad initially requested $1.7 million final yr earlier than decreasing its asking worth to $1.65 million. However following a brokerage swap, the property has returned to market asking a lowered $1.62 million, StreetEasy shows.
The absolutely renovated, 1,425-square-foot house blends previous and new. Double entry doorways result in a parlor with Brazilian cherry wood flooring, crown molding and double-height home windows. There are additionally fuel fireplaces on every flooring, radiant-heat flooring on the primary degree, central air and a brand new kitchen with stainless-steel home equipment, soft-touch drawers and subway tiling. There’s an choice so as to add a 3rd bed room that seems as an workplace within the itemizing photographs and on the ground plan.
On the backyard degree, there’s an outside area that measures roughly 10 by 9 ft, the ground plan additionally exhibits.
Sylvan Terrace is a landmarked road that was the carriage drive to the 1765-built Morris-Jumel Mansion, which George Washington used as his short-term headquarters in the course of the American Revolution.
Lori Huler Glick and Cortney Appelbaum of Stribling have this itemizing.