Harlem Strivers Row Townhouse Trades Above $3M For First Time By Agent Tecumta Tiwoni

Halstead Property agent Tecumta Tiwoni just closed on a fabulous 20-foot wide corner townhouse on the prestigious Strivers Row on February 16th, 2018, for $4 million dollars. This marks the first time that a Strivers Row townhouse has traded above $3 million dollars.

251 West 138th Street is a well-preserved turn-of-the-century elegant two-family home is with southern, northern and eastern exposures. The townhouse has a unique yellow brick and white limestone with terracotta facade over 4500 ft., that sits on a 32 x 100 lot. Designed in 1893 by architect Bruce Price and Clarence S Luce, the exquisite home is loaded with original details, French doors, oak floors, crown molding, six decorative fireplaces, 12 foot ceilings and a South facing Juliet balcony.

The owners triplex has six bedrooms, two bathrooms a laundry room, storage room and a garage rooftop deck.

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