Open House Of Fabulous Full Restoration Of West Harlem Brownstone

Compass posts that this beautiful single-family mansion at 12 Mount Morris Park West, Unit 1, in Harlem, NY is one of the largest residential properties you can rent in Manhattan.

Ten bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, two half-bathrooms, two wet bars, and a large professional kitchen.

The home was originally designed and built in 1888 by James E. Ware (The Osbourne, Mohonk Mountain House, Halcyon Hall) and initially occupied in the early twentieth century by Dr. James Robinson until the late ’20’s.

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Purchased by the current owners in 1997, the home underwent a full restoration with great respect to preserve original details and adding modern improvements.

Nearly every floor of the house has two working wood-burning fireplaces making nine total fireplaces. The parlor floor has a ceiling height of sixteen feet, and with the house at twenty-five feet wide, you can really feel the size of the space as you pass through each room.

Included in the 8,000 SF, you have a large storage cellar, plus a backyard space, and approximately 1,200 SF of potential roof deck if you desired. This listing is located in a beautiful historic district just steps to all the best shopping and nightlife that Harlem has to offer.

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