In December 2013, American playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda, renown for his Broadway Musical, “Hamilton” and “In The Heights”, sold his 3-bedroom family home for $710,000, which was $70,000 less than the amount he co-purchased with his father back in December 2008. This was also the same year when Miranda had won his first Tony award for his lead actor role in “In The Heights”, which inspired many to purchase homes in the northernmost tip of Manhattan, including Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights as featured in the Broadway musicals. In January 2018, the house was up on the market again for a much higher price of $949,000.
Here’s a tour of the gorgeous 67 Park Terrace East property!
The sun-lit pre-war duplex penthouse sits in a 9-floor building which was built in 1939. In terms of convenience and accessibility, a 5-minute walk takes you to the nearest subway station. Access to the Inwood Hill Park is within 5 miles of the building. Shopping centers are also located a stone throw’s away from the house.
The spacious living room in the duplex could double as a working space. The previous owner who lived here decorated the space with antique sofas, various potted plants, and paintings.
The vintage-style basement was lined with shelves, vases and a carpet which complemented the ambiance and atmosphere of the entire home.
The fully furnished kitchen, installed with a dishwasher, refrigerator, and stove, features cabinets in warm and bright orange colors.
The bonus part of this beautiful penthouse is its private outdoor space. The private outdoor terrace not only provides a place for respite, it also offers a scenic view of the Manhattan skyline, the Empire State Building, and the Chrysler Building.
Photo Attribution: New Heights Realty