Historic landmarked building built in early 1900’s and designed by James Edward Ware, an American architect. One of the five picturesque brick houses with their French-inspired gables and corner tower.This is a corner building on a delightful block across the street from Marcus Garvey National Park at the corner of 5th Avenue and 121st Street. Easy stroll to the neighborhood to the local shopping and restaurants in Central Harlem. Short walk to 2/3 Subway Lines at Lenox Avenue and 125th Street. Currently utilized as a rooming house with seventeen units in a building 5,500 square feet. Five stories with attic and cellar. Perfect location, large building and great quiet neighborhood.
The possibilities are endless in terms of conversion, i.e. large single family home or even better multi-family home perfect for renovation and condo/coop conversion.
Get it for $2,795,000 here