A Land Marked Striver’s Row McKim, Mead & White Home For Sale In Historic Harlem

This fabulous historic land-marked home was built-in the early 1900’s and designed by Stanford White of the prestige firm McKim Mead & White. It was previously owned by famous songwriter, singer, artist and Pulitzer Prize winner, Bob Dylan.

Located on Striver’s Row, this rarely available single family home has gorgeous original details throughout that have been restored with modern attributes added to make this the perfect home.

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A magnificent 19-foot, four-story, 4 to 5 bedroom single family home is dripping with Oak details throughout and features; inlaid wood floors, original pocket and wood doors, elegant crown molding, wainscoting, 6 original decorative mantel fireplaces and high ceilings.

Famous for the carriage houses behind each home, this one has a lovely interior courtyard that is used for outdoor entertaining as well as private parking. The entry-level has a receiving room that leads into a breakfast area and a large open chef’s kitchen fully equipped with a Gaggenau five burner cook-top with an under counter oven, an additional wall mounted oven, a double wide Subzero Refrigerator and a built-in wine storage unit that holds several dozen of your favorite wines. The dishwasher and double stainless sink overlooks the patio deck out back. From the Kitchen there is a separate staircase which leads to the butler’s pantry on the Parlor level.

The wide staircase off the receiving room takes you up to the parlor center landing where there is a Formal Dining room, and a large Living Room with a Juliet balcony. The 3rd-floor has a Library/Den and large Master Bedroom and Bath. The 4th floor has 3-Bedrooms and a shared Bath with wonderful light from several skylights. A truly special and historic home in a landmark district you won’t want to miss.

The Neighborhood is a short block from St. Nicholas Park and an easy stroll to neighboring restaurants. It is 2 blocks from the C and B subway lines and a 17-minutes ride to Columbus Circle.

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