About this property
Beautiful remodeled two-family townhouse located in Central Harlem’s St Nicholas Historic District. This building recently completed a massive renovation in 2022. Everything you see within the photos is exactly as it shows in person!
This elegant three-story townhouse offers 5-bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The townhouse has a brand-new central AC throughout and a beautifully designed back yard offering plenty of outdoor space.
The impeccably restored classic façade sets the tone of elegance and invites you to a one-of-a-kind living experience. Spanning four floors, this stunning home welcomes you into the parlor floor showcasing the open layout, exposed brick wall, high ceilings and beautiful hardwood floors. The sun-filled living area spills over to the dining area and the open chef’s kitchen. The meticulously designed eat-in kitchen features plenty of storage room, all new stainless-steel appliances including a wine cooler, and a large open island. Right off the kitchen you have a massive wood deck that overlooks your private backyard. You can take your coffee or cocktail out on the deck where you can dine alfresco and step down to the backyard for barbecues and summer gatherings.
The exposed brick walls and hard-wood floors are carried through to the bedroom floors. On the second floor you’ll find the bright primary suite complete with a large walk-in closet and marble covered bathroom followed by the second bedroom with private bathroom and gorgeous large arched windows. Ascending the skylit staircase, you’ll find the remaining two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and walk-in closets.
The lot size is 17′ × 100′, the building width and length is 17′ × 55′. The Facility FAR is 6.5, FAR as built is 2.27 and the townhouse offers untapped unused FAR of 1,949 SF.
This townhouse is in close proximity to Strivers Row, St Nicholas Park, Apollo Theater, Columbia University, City University of New York, Barnard College and major subways the A, B, C, D, 2, 3 and many bus lines, shopping centers and restaurants.
Listing Courtesy of Matthew DeRose, William Janetschek