Built in 1886 by renowned architects Cleverdon and Putzel, this gorgeous, rare example of a Queen Anne brick, limestone, and slate townhouse is located in one of the most sought-after Historic Districts in Central Harlem. The house, which has been in the same hands for over 30 years, is now ready for renovation and a new generation of Owners. The boiler and hot water heater are both brand new. The property has a Community Garden across the street in front, and a Church in back, both between 70 and 90 feet wide, so it benefits from unobstructed light all day long.
The Certificate of Occupancy for this property shows it to be a Church plus Two Class A Apartments, and it will be delivered vacant. As such, it offers the new Owner a straightforward roadmap for conversion to a Residential (1 or 2 Family) or Rental Investment (3+ Family) Certificate of Occupancy in an ideal location on a leafy street in Upper Manhattan.
This lovely house is just a few steps from Harlem’s Restaurant Row and shopping and entertainment on 125th Street, and it is also conveniently close to transportation options including the 2/3 and B/C subway lines and the M2, M7, and M102 bus lines. For recreation, the house is just a short walk from St. Nicholas Park and Mount Morris Park.
This is a wonderful opportunity for an investor, with minimal risk and maximum potential. Contact Harlem Lofts today for additional details and your private tour!
Real Estate Taxes
17' x 100' (48' deep)
Private Outdoor Space
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