HARLEM LOFTS INC. IS PLEASED TO PRESENT OUR LATEST EXCLUSIVE TOWNHOME: A historic residence, this 20-foot wide, six-level, meticulously restored, 5700 SF Townhouse on West 119th Street between Lenox Avenue and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard is in the Mount Morris Park Historic District, and on one of the most sought after blocks in Upper Manhattan/Central Harlem. As it stands, this townhouse has three-units, each with separate utilities, central air and heat zoned for every floor of the building: Owner Triplex with backyard garden, 2nd Floor Apartment, and Penthouse Duplex with multiple outside terraces. The Owner Triplex features a large, open floor plan with 3200 SF of space, four original fireplaces mantles, and wood floors throughout. The Parlor floor of the Triplex has original ornamental ceilings, intricate wood-working, and a deck that overlooks and has steps down to the landscaped backyard with custom built-in grill. The Garden floor of the Triplex has three-bedrooms, which includes a Master en suite with original clawfoot tub. The Cellar floor of the Triplex has a media room and ample storage space. Additional amenities for this unit include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer. The 2nd floor Apartment is a charming floor-through two-bedroom, one-bath, 1300 SF unit with large windows, two original fireplace mantles, abundant storage, and wood floors. Additional amenities for this unit include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer. The Penthouse Duplex of this sun-drenched townhouse incorporated a new penthouse floor in 2012. This Duplex now contains three-bedrooms, two-baths, 13-foot ceilings, and an original fireplace. The Duplex has three terraces totaling over 1000 SF, which inspires quintessential outdoor city living with views of downtown Manhattan. Additional amenities for this unit also include gas-stove, microwave, dishwasher, and washer with gas-dryer. Incredibly spacious, with a sizable garden, this luxurious, income-producing townhouse is perfectly suited in its current configuration as a large private home with two additional income apartments, or easily converted back into a single-family mansion (circa 1880s). NYC DOE School District 3. This home is delivered vacant.
Architecture Style: Other
Roof Type: Unknown
Rooms: Bedroom, Full Bath, Patio