$4.7 Mil Brownstone Townhouse Open House In Harlem

Check out this open house, this Sunday August 6, 2017, from 11 AM to 2 PM, at 224 West 137th Street for a two family triplex over a duplex brownstone townhouse .

This townhouse originally built in the late 1800’s, offers its owner the charm of a beautiful brownstone in its original glory with modern day smart features of 2017, including a video intercom system. This home has a totally restored façade. It has been gut renovated with a restoration of its original details. The house has been repointed brick to brick and renovated from the cellar floor to the roof. This oversized brownstone has over 5500 square feet of living space with 6 outdoor areas, 8 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms.

Let us not forget the spectacular wood floors, original mantels in each of the bedrooms, living areas and the beautiful unique tile work in each of the seven bathrooms. The original front and interior doors are period pieces of the late 1800’s with crystal doorknobs giving the house a grand appeal. The variety of lighting illuminates the house achieving a magnificent aesthetic look and tone.

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Nearby West 137th Street is the City College of NY, Columbia University, NYC Health & Hospitals of Harlem, Whole Foods and the famous Apollo Theater.

Easily accessible by car on the Harlem River Drive, by trains on the 2, 3, A, B and C, and buses the M2, M7, M10, M102 and the Bx33.

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