165 West 126th Street
Malcolm X & Adam Clyton Powell Harlem
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Two bedrooms; Two Full Baths; Walk-in closet; Skylight (rental unit)
Separate entrance; Living room; Kitchen; Dining room; 1/2 Bath; stairs to 4th floor (rental unit)
Master bedroom suite with private balcony/deck overlooking garden; walk-in closet; two full baths (owner's unit)
Living room; Full Kitchen; Parlor; 1/2 Bath, stair to second floor; access to garden (owner's unit)
Den/home office; 1/2 Bath; utilities (owner's unit)
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,287
- Alarm system
- Guarantors allowed
- Original detail
Own a townhouse with income for the price of an UWS condo! This is a two family, brownstone, that's fully renovated, and in excellent condition. It has new kitchens and baths, a spacious feel, and a very comfortable luxury lifestyle. The house features a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath owner's duplex; plus a finished basement/recreation room too, a private garden, and a terrace off the master bedroom suite. The upper duplex serves as a high income producing apartment with 2 bedrooms/2.5 baths. Located in central Harlem on a beautiful row house block, it is near great shopping and trendy restaurants like Red Rooster, Corner Social, and uptown's soul food institution Sylvia's. Did I mention the low taxes?
Additional features of this building include: Lot Size 17' X 99' and Building 17' X 50'.
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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.