250 West 139th Street
Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Frederick Dougla Harlem
Just Listed - 20' wide Strivers Row townhouse and contiguous lot. There is much to love about a true famed Strivers Row townhouse however prized among them is an end of row house like this one which allows for an extra wall of windows on the side of the house because this purchase includes a contiguous 12' x 99' lot which is closed to foot traffic by one of Strivers Row's historic iron gates. Voted as being in the middle of one of the top ten blocks in NYC this house also comes with a private enclosed backyard patio in addition to room for 2 parking spaces in the resident reserved alleyway. The interior of the house needs a complete renovation before it can be lived in however the hardest tasks have already been done for the new owner. New Con Ed gas lines have recently been brought in to the house from the street during which time under the street construction was completed to renew and replace the old lines. Con Ed also installed new electric supply from the street and set it up inside the house to be ready for you with 3 separate meters allowing for fantastic flexibility for your plans. The old oil tank was properly removed and a rubber roof was installed with several years left on the warranty. The house is built a generous 20'x 57' and the combined lot size is an impressive 32' x 99.92'. Please note the attached floor plan is not actual but for reference only.
Additional features of this building include: Newly Installed Concrete Pointing of Foundation, Newly Restored Privacy Wall for Back Patio, Private Alley Parking for Two, Townhouse plus Lot Next Door, Drains and Sewer Lines Cleaned, Historic Wrought Iron Gate and Hand Rails, Newly Cemented Back Patio, Private Alley Trash Pick Up, Original Fireplace Mantles, and Fantastic Sunlit Interior.
Uptown, from 110th Street to the Harlem River, from 5th Avenue to St. Nicholas Avenues.
Harlem is enjoying a new renaissance — an explosion of new 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. Beautiful architectural enclaves feature townhouses — many with multiple fireplaces and gorgeous molding — designed by the famous firm of McKim, Mead and White.