Located on a picturesque tree-lined block, 30 West 130th St is a unique 20-foot-wide brick building townhouse designed by architect Charles Buek and developed by William Astor in 1882. This 11-unit multifamily townhouse is on one of Harlem’s most desirable blocks where many townhouses have a front garden, and small driveway for off-street parking. The property can be delivered partially vacant, presenting an investment opportunity on the historic Astor Row.
30 West 130th St is in close proximity to the 125th Street commercial corridor which offers an abundance of shopping, entertainment, and culture, whether you’re heading to the outlets, the Apollo, or local museums. Enjoy shopping at Whole Foods, Trader Joes (coming soon), Target (coming soon) and dining out at neighborhood favorites like Red Roosters, Sylvia’s, Babbalucci, Corner Social, Cantina, and Lenox Saphire. Convenient to public transportation, this neighborhood truly has the best Harlem has to offer.
Real Estate Taxes
20’ x 100’ (54' deep)
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