233 West 139th Street
Seventh & Eighth Aves Harlem
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Bedroom with possible Fireplace, Hall Skylight, Full Bath with Skylight, Bedroom with non-working Fireplace
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Front: Sitting Room with non-working Fireplace, Formal Dining Room, Kitchen with possible Fireplace, ½ Bath
Full/Unfinished 275 Gallon Oil Tank, Boiler (10 years), Hot Water Heater (6 years). Water main and supply lines (6 years old), (1) Gas Meter, (1) Electric Meter, (1) Water Meter
- Original detail
- Wood-burning fireplace
Enter the first floor foyer of this Strivers Row beautiful revival renaissance townhouse leading to the receiving room, large eat-in kitchen with door way to the backyard, formal dining room and bathroom. Developed in 1891 by renowned architects Mead & White the only townhouse on the block with a front porch, it is the widest Strivers Row house at 19.25 feet wide. This rare find 4 story single family home comes with 1-2 car park in the rear and full cellar.The second floor features a front & back double wide living room, den/library, mantel fireplace and Juliet balcony.The third floor master bedroom suite with sitting room and ensuite bathroom. Fourth floor has two 2 bedrooms with hallway bathroom, mantel fireplace. The other original features include oak floors, original wood details and columns. Close to all transportation, park, shops, restaurants and Harlem Hospital.
Additional features of this building include: Front Porch, Full Cellar, and 1-2 Parking Space in Rear.
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Uptown, from 110th Street to 155th Street, from the East River to Manhattan and St. Nicholas Avenues.
Harlem is enjoying a new renaissance — an explosion of development. Harlem residents are also finding a new range of shopping options, as 125th Street, once known for its independent bazaars that offered anything and everything for sale, is now also home to uptown sites for chains such as Disney, HandM, and Old Navy. There’s easy access to retail from such beautiful architectural enclaves as Harlem’s “Striver’s Row,” which features townhouses — many with multiple fireplaces and to-die-for molding — designed by the famous firm of McKim, Mead and White.