About this property
Harlem Townhouse Perfection
Nestled on a beautiful tree-lined block in Central Harlem, 23 E 127th Street is newly renovated and ready for its next lucky owner. Built in 1910, old New York meets today’s world with a brand new facade. The spacious townhouse features four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Welcome home through an inviting parlor with 11’ ceilings, two restored decorative marble fireplaces, and a beautiful original banister. An entertainer’s dream, the open kitchen features a large center island with an oversized custom 10’ slab quartz countertop and complimenting glass tile backsplash. New high-end appliances include a Blumberg fridge with 36" French doors, 30" Bertizoni five burner stove, XO self-venting hood, built-in silent microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and Avante wine fridge. The kitchen flows to the custom deck, a great way to enjoy indoor/outdoor living. The deck leads to a sizable 48’ long garden with a custom designed covered lounge. Your very own garden oasis, this is the ideal place to enjoy the outdoors.
The primary bedroom is a full-floor suite. There is a bedroom facing the back garden with three oversized windows filling the space with light. The original fireplace adds style and charm. A custom walk-in closet functions as a dressing room to satisfy all your storage needs. A true luxury, the spacious primary bathroom features three windows, a modern deep-soaking tub, glass shower, and custom fixtures from Porcelanosa’s 2022 collection.
A thoughtful layout, the top floor features two king sized bedrooms, each with three oversized windows, and two full bathrooms. There is a washer dryer and ample closet space. The stairway leads to the rooftop. Perks of this home include Brazilian oak floors, a Mitsubishi high efficiency heating and cooling system, brand new plumbing, and a central security system. There is a garden level one-bedroom apartment with a separate entrance, offering a great opportunity to live with income or just have an extra space for guests.
Call 23 E 127th Street home and be a part of one of Manhattan’s most up-and-coming neighborhoods. Located across the street from Langston Hughes House, the area is as rich in history as it is with modern conveniences. Indeed beautiful old churches and jazz mix with exciting multi-million dollar new condos in this neighborhood. Apollo Theater announced a transformative restoration of the world-famous venue brining exciting theatrical performances to the area in the near future. The National Black Theater Project is well on the way. Enjoy an active block association as well as one of the neighborhood’s largest (and prettiest) community gardens. There is close proximity to Harlem Rose Garden, the enchanting Mount Moris Park, many wonderful restaurants, Whole Foods, Mount Sinai, Metro North, and multiple subway lines.
Listing Courtesy of Paul Kolbusz, Melissa Sargeantson