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218 West 139th Street

Between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Townhouse
$3,850,000
Annual Taxes: $9,597
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number B Subway number C Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 137th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 137th St
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 135th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 135th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 145th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 145th St
Essentials
Price $3,850,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 12
Approx. Sq. Ft. 4,852
Key Features
Cable Ready
High-Speed Internet
Garage
Courtyard
Garden

Live like royalty and take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a 20 foot wide corner townhouse on the prestigious Strivers Row. This well preserved turn-of-the-century elegant two family home has southern, northern and western exposures. This architectural gem has a unique yellow brick and white limestone with terracotta facade over 4500 ft. that sits on a 32 x 100 lot. Designed in 1893 by architect Bruce Price and Clarence S Luce this exquisite home is loaded with original details, French doors, oak floors, crown molding, six decorative fireplaces, 12 foot ceilings and a North facing Juliet balcony. The owner's triplex has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a laundry with storage room. On the garden floor you have a one bedroom floor through apartment. Never look for parking again. Park your car collection in your private car garage or your three car driveway. Conveniently located to all transportation. Two blocks away from the B and C line and four blocks away from the 2 and 3 express line. Numerous surrounding restaurants, coffee shops and lounge options such as Ponty Bistro, The Edge and Haven to name a few. Take a nice stroll to the new Whole Foods supermarket on 125th street. Everything you can ask for is in this vibrant neighborhood.

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218 West 139th Street
Between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $3,850,000
Annual Taxes $9,597
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 4
Rooms 12
Approx. Sq. Ft. 4,852

Live like royalty and take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase a 20 foot wide corner townhouse on the prestigious Strivers Row. This well preserved turn-of-the-century elegant two family home has southern, northern and western exposures. This architectural gem has a unique yellow brick and white limestone with terracotta facade over 4500 ft. that sits on a 32 x 100 lot. Designed in 1893 by architect Bruce Price and Clarence S Luce this exquisite home is loaded with original details, French doors, oak floors, crown molding, six decorative fireplaces, 12 foot ceilings and a North facing Juliet balcony. The owner's triplex has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a laundry with storage room. On the garden floor you have a one bedroom floor through apartment. Never look for parking again. Park your car collection in your private car garage or your three car driveway. Conveniently located to all transportation. Two blocks away from the B and C line and four blocks away from the 2 and 3 express line. Numerous surrounding restaurants, coffee shops and lounge options such as Ponty Bistro, The Edge and Haven to name a few. Take a nice stroll to the new Whole Foods supermarket on 125th street. Everything you can ask for is in this vibrant neighborhood.

Cable Ready
High-Speed Internet
Garage
Courtyard
Garden
Harlem
Living in Harlem
Harlem is still a place with a real community spirit embodied in the museums and music venues, which celebrate its African American heritage. Yet modern-day Harlem is becoming an increasingly diverse place with many people attracted by its historic properties and the opening of new bars and restaurants in the area.
Explore Harlem
Subway Lines
Subway number B Subway number C Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number A Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 137th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 137th St
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 135th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 135th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 145th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 145th St