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32-33 MOUNT MORRIS PARK WE

Between West 123rd Street and West 124th Street
Townhouse
$27,000,000
Annual Taxes: $27,264
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Subway Lines
Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Essentials
Price $27,000,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 13.5
Rooms 26
Approx. Sq. Ft. 18,000
Key Features
Cable Ready
Elevator
High-Speed Internet

Welcome to 32 Mount Morris Park West & 33 Mount Morris Park West. These two very unique sun drenched twin layout homes are located on the Manhattan Island in prime Harlem.

This home was built in 1888, as the twin anchors in a row of four houses by American manufacturer and philanthropist John Dwight of John Dwight & Co., manufacturers of soda and Arm & Hammer co., manufacturers of baking soda. Every original detail is considered, from woodwork and plaster moldings to ornate tile work. They often offset these details against contemporary industrial details that serve to evoke Victorian era industrial elements to the Neo Grecian home. The labored striping and beautiful application of white paint or dark stain to the ornate woodwork throughout the house reveal their intriguing play of light and shadow to the eye of the late 20th Century art world.

This picturesque renovated historical home 32 Mount Morris Park West, with a few precise touches of contemporary design, offers a primary master floor suite. It has a massive master bath including a cast iron and ceramic floating tub, original hardwood floors, imported Basalt Volcanic Stone ‘His & Hers’ vanities, original white marble fireplace, and radiant water based heated floors in the master shower (walls lined with basalt volcanic stone slabs and mosaic tile flooring). Throughout the master suite hardwood floors flow to the master walk-in-closet lined with cedar walls, a three way dressing mirror, stone island (with an installed sub zero mini) complimented by the original molding following back into the Master bedroom. Which features cashmere walls, hardwood floors, a hidden TV, original marble fireplace and a Juliet balcony fitting to the original custom made shutters. With 51 feet of Park view,17 original fireplaces,18,000 square feet and 14 ft. high ceilings on the parlor floor that are consistently high throughout both homes. With twin floor plans the potential for these homes to be combined is not only unmatched but there is no precedent, which attributes to this homes uniqueness. 32 Mount Morris Park West was built for John Dwight’s youngest daughter, Clara Dwight, and her husband, General Alexander Phoenix Ketchum, who had been a commander under Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. 33 Mount Morris Park West was built for his son. Most recently owned by Loretta Abbott one of the original members of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company.

These two homes can be combined to boast a massive 18,000 square feet space with high ceilings that are consistently above average throughout the home. The property features 17 fireplaces with an approximate floor print of 3,000 sq ft per floor. This is the perfect opportunity to configure a single-family oasis on the very sought-after Manhattan Island or a live plus income home with both options including waking up to a beautiful park view. 32 Mount Morris Park West is the pristinely renovated and restored home, with stylish custom-built ins that complement the charming restored original details including dental and cove moldings. The home has a gym on the penthouse level with an original observatory including a rotunda and cogwheel on the roof of 33 Mount Morris Park West that was used by John Dwight himself. The property has an ample amount of space leftover to add in a wine vault, spa, pool, cigar room, cinema room, basketball court, and more.


32 Mount Morris Park West embraces preservation with contemporary twists; features of the main kitchen include a Sub Zero double oven, Miele espresso machine, Sub Zero fridge, and an imported granite slab for an eat in breakfast island with informal dining in the kitchen that features views of the tree filled garden. The layout for 32 Mount Morris Park West includes 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, and 2 half baths, an elevator, 2,400 sq ft roof deck, observatory (needs to be restored), and a 2,200-sq ft natural slated garden with water features.

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

32-33 MOUNT MORRIS PARK WE
Between West 123rd Street and West 124th Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $27,000,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 4
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 13.5
Rooms 26
Approx. Sq. Ft. 18,000

Welcome to 32 Mount Morris Park West & 33 Mount Morris Park West. These two very unique sun drenched twin layout homes are located on the Manhattan Island in prime Harlem.

This home was built in 1888, as the twin anchors in a row of four houses by American manufacturer and philanthropist John Dwight of John Dwight & Co., manufacturers of soda and Arm & Hammer co., manufacturers of baking soda. Every original detail is considered, from woodwork and plaster moldings to ornate tile work. They often offset these details against contemporary industrial details that serve to evoke Victorian era industrial elements to the Neo Grecian home. The labored striping and beautiful application of white paint or dark stain to the ornate woodwork throughout the house reveal their intriguing play of light and shadow to the eye of the late 20th Century art world.

This picturesque renovated historical home 32 Mount Morris Park West, with a few precise touches of contemporary design, offers a primary master floor suite. It has a massive master bath including a cast iron and ceramic floating tub, original hardwood floors, imported Basalt Volcanic Stone ‘His & Hers’ vanities, original white marble fireplace, and radiant water based heated floors in the master shower (walls lined with basalt volcanic stone slabs and mosaic tile flooring). Throughout the master suite hardwood floors flow to the master walk-in-closet lined with cedar walls, a three way dressing mirror, stone island (with an installed sub zero mini) complimented by the original molding following back into the Master bedroom. Which features cashmere walls, hardwood floors, a hidden TV, original marble fireplace and a Juliet balcony fitting to the original custom made shutters. With 51 feet of Park view,17 original fireplaces,18,000 square feet and 14 ft. high ceilings on the parlor floor that are consistently high throughout both homes. With twin floor plans the potential for these homes to be combined is not only unmatched but there is no precedent, which attributes to this homes uniqueness. 32 Mount Morris Park West was built for John Dwight’s youngest daughter, Clara Dwight, and her husband, General Alexander Phoenix Ketchum, who had been a commander under Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. 33 Mount Morris Park West was built for his son. Most recently owned by Loretta Abbott one of the original members of the Alvin Ailey Dance Company.

These two homes can be combined to boast a massive 18,000 square feet space with high ceilings that are consistently above average throughout the home. The property features 17 fireplaces with an approximate floor print of 3,000 sq ft per floor. This is the perfect opportunity to configure a single-family oasis on the very sought-after Manhattan Island or a live plus income home with both options including waking up to a beautiful park view. 32 Mount Morris Park West is the pristinely renovated and restored home, with stylish custom-built ins that complement the charming restored original details including dental and cove moldings. The home has a gym on the penthouse level with an original observatory including a rotunda and cogwheel on the roof of 33 Mount Morris Park West that was used by John Dwight himself. The property has an ample amount of space leftover to add in a wine vault, spa, pool, cigar room, cinema room, basketball court, and more.


32 Mount Morris Park West embraces preservation with contemporary twists; features of the main kitchen include a Sub Zero double oven, Miele espresso machine, Sub Zero fridge, and an imported granite slab for an eat in breakfast island with informal dining in the kitchen that features views of the tree filled garden. The layout for 32 Mount Morris Park West includes 5 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, and 2 half baths, an elevator, 2,400 sq ft roof deck, observatory (needs to be restored), and a 2,200-sq ft natural slated garden with water features.

Cable Ready
Elevator
High-Speed Internet
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 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number 6 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 2 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 3 Lenox Ave - 125th St
Subway number 4 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 5 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number 6 Lexington Ave - 125th St
Subway number A Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number B Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number C Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St
Subway number D Saint Nicholas Ave - 125th St