118 West 136th sits along one of Harlem's prettiest tree-lined streets with rows of townhouses designed by Vertner Woodson Tandy, the first registered African American architect in New York and famed designer of Madame C.J. Walker's mansion, Villa Lewaro, in Irvington, New York. Currently structured as a three-family townhouse on a 100' deep lot, 118 West 136th Street offers over 3,500 SF of interior space across an owner's triplex on the parlor floor, ground floor and sub-basement level, as well two one-bedroom units on the upper two floors. The 2,100+ SF owner's triplex has two large bedrooms, two full bathrooms, as well as a powder room, laundry room, flexible office spaces and direct access to a lush, 711 SF south-facing private garden. Perfect as a live-in investment, conversion, or full investment property with all three free market units. The property has been meticulously maintained by a dedicated property manager and each unit has hard wood floors, updated kitchens and baths, and their owner washer and dryer. The top floor unit is especially bright with two skylights and rooftop access. One block from the 2/3 Express train, and only a couple more from the A, C and B trains at St. Nicholas Park, 118 West 136th Street is ideally situated in historical and vibrant Central Harlem where you can get your morning coffee or tea at nearby Proof Rosters or end the day with a special dinner at Yatenga French Bistro & Bar. Public records show a residential FAR permitting over 2,500 more building square feet for the lot, which upon architect and attorney confirmation, could mean even more opportunity with this wonderful property. Images have been virtually staged.
Listing Courtesy of Dustin V. Crouse, Erin Boisson Aries
Real Estate Taxes
17' x 100' (50' deep)
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