Welcome to landmarked, historic 409 Edgecombe Avenue and unit 9B, formerly the home of Justice Thurgood Marshall. One of the most prestigious buildings in Sugar Hill, 409 Edgecombe was also once home to some of Harlem's most elite African American luminaries in the fields of law, civil rights, academia, arts and entertainment, including W.E.B. Dubois, Aaron Douglas, Roy Wilkins, and Elizabeth Catlett.
Unit 9B is a sprawling two bedroom home featuring a formal dining room with beautiful glass french doors, separate oversized living room, queen and king sized bedrooms, and expansive closet space. The bathroom has been recently renovated with gleaming white tile and custom fixtures. The kitchen has also been renovated with granite countertops, excellent cabinet and counter space, and a washer/dryer. This unit also has six gigantic closets (two of which are walk-ins), exposed brick, 9' ceilings, crown molding, and sweeping city views that include the Harlem River and the Upper Manhattan skyline.
Building amenities include a part time doorman, three elevators, outdoor patios and a laundry room. Pets welcome upon approval.
This unit is a HDFC, with income restrictions at 120% of the Area Median Income. The maximum gross income for 1 person is $95,520; 2 people $109,200; 3 people $122,880; 4 people $136,440; 5 people $147,360; 6 people $158,280.