What is the subway stop for Sugar Hill Harlem Inn?
Take the A or the D train to W145st.Get on at the back of the train,otherwise you will find yourself exiting at W147st.Walk up the Hill (145st) to Convent Avenue,make a left,passing by Convent Avenue Baptist Church.Check out the beautiful Queen Anne buildings,each one uniquely different.I know, if it is unique, then it must be different,but it sounds better,more unique.Make a right on W141st.We are in the middle of the block on the south side of the street.Look for the house with all the wood outside……uniquely different.
…..Just in case.Do not go down St.Nicholas Ave to W141st,the right direction,but a big mistake,unless you love carrying luggage up extremely steep hills.If you do take this route,you will pass by the Harlem School of the Arts and home to The Classic Theater of Harlem.Make a right on W141st. As you struggle up Sugar Hill on W141st,you will be walking past St Nicholas Park,this is a long ribbon park that stretches from W141st all the way to W127th st.At the top of the hill you will see City College,looming down upon you as you battle forward.
Halfway up the Sugar Hill you will pass Hamilton Terrace on your right.A beautiful tree lined block of town houses.As you struggle onward and upward you will see on the corner of 141st and Convent St.Luke’s Episcopal Church.At this point, the hill will change from extremely steep to mildly steep and you will see a block of beautiful Victorian limestone,and brick row houses, built between 1905 and 1906,designed by Neville and Bagg.Sugar Hill Harlem Inn is in the middle of the block on the left hand side,as always,look for the house with all the wood outside.