Washington Heights Real Estate and Apartments For Sale
97 Homes and apartments in Washington Heights
116 Pinehurst Avenue, Apt E-43
120 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 57
263 Bennett Avenue, Apt 6F
712 West 175th Street, Apt 1-H
825 West 179th Street, Apt 5-B
116 Pinehurst Avenue, Apt H23
24 Bennett Avenue, Apt 33B
720 Fort Washington Avenue, Apt 1-S
360 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 2-L
447 Fort Washington Avenue, Apt 32
30 Bogardus Place, Apt 6F
269 Bennett Avenue, Apt 7H
340 Haven Avenue, Apt 3B
69 Bennett Avenue, Apt 309
273 Bennett Avenue, Apt 3A
371 Fort Washington, Apt 1H
116 Pinehurst Avenue, Apt B52
875 West 181st Street, Apt 4N
180 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 76
31 Nagle Avenue, Apt 4J
160 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 21
100 Overlook Terrace, Apt 321
807 Riverside Drive, Apt 3D
4 Bogardus Place, Apt 1E
140 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt S2
160 Cabrini Boulevard, Apt 113
14 Bogardus Place, Apt 2S
69 Bennett Avenue, Apt 503
775 Riverside Drive, Apt 3D
330 Haven Avenue, Apt G-G
Washington Heights Real Estate info
When It comes to affordable real estate in Manhattan, Washington Heights is king. Homes and apartments for sale in Washington Heights are cheaper than anywhere else in Manhattan, averaging $652 per square foot throughout 2019. That’s less than half of the average price for the borough. A lot of this is thanks to an abundance of inventory, as well as the fact that most properties in the area are older, pre-war buildings.
Affordable homes aren’t all Washington Heights has going for it. Buyers also love the fact that the neighborhood has numerous parks and outdoor spaces. In fact, the area is surrounded by parks, making it great for those who like outdoor activities. The region is also the hilliest part of Manhattan and is well known for its step stairway, so be prepared to lose some weight if you buy an apartment in Washington Heights. Then there’s the fact that Washington Heights is primed for further development, and buying here is an excellent investment as real estate prices will likely continue to rise in the coming years. Homeowners also enjoy the fact that the neighborhood is well connected to the rest of the city, with multiple subway stations and bus stops.
The most desirable real estate in Washington Heights is in the southern and western parts of the neighborhood, with many of the most in-demand co-op buildings being on Riverside Drive. One thing to note, however, is that these are generally older properties, although the individual apartments may be renovated. If luxury is more your thing, the neighborhood has some newly developed boutique condos by Highbridge Park. You can also find a handful of brownstones and townhouses for sale in Washington Heights.
Washington Heights Real Estate Sales Trends
The median sale price for an apartment in Washington Heights is $654,281.
Studios in this neighborhood sell at a median price of $289,250.
One-bedroom apartments sell at an average price of $501,229.
Two-bedroom apartments command a median sale price of $731,976.
Washington Heights Penthouses for sale
There are currently 1 penthouses for sale in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. Sale prices for penthouses in this neighborhood range from $1,100,000 to $1,100,000.
Washington Heights Condos for Sale
There are currently 29 condos available for sale in Washington Heights. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $410,000 to $1,100,000.
Washington Heights Co-op apartments for Sale
There are currently 93 co-ops available for sale in Washington Heights. Sale prices for condos in this neighborhood range from $210,000 to $1,500,000.
Townhouses and Brownstones for Sale in Washington Heights
There are currently no townhouses and brownstones for sale in this neighborhood.