Building & Unit Features
Eat In Kitchen
Walk In Closet
Laundry In Unit
Our latest exclusive is a 2-family home (17-feet wide with extensions on the garden level and parlour). This is one of the exceptional landmarked properties found on historic Strivers’ Row, collectively one of New York City’s architectural gems and prior home to artists such as Bojangles Robinson, W.C. Handy, Scott Joplin and Eubie Blake.
Built in 1910, the home itself is in excellent condition and has been fastidiously maintained with new bathrooms, kitchen, skylight etc. Designed and upgraded with the practical buyer in mind it also features your own private parking space with direct gated access to your back courtyard and access to your home as you enter your courtyard / backyard from the old horse alleyways that are the signature of Strivers Row.
Strivers’ Row is located close to the B/C and 2/3 train stations at 135th Street. The home is near Saint Nicholas and Jackie Robinson Parks and a short walk to the historic Sylvia’s, Ponty Bistro Harlem, Red Rooster and the rest of the famed Lenox Avenue restaurants. Or just go around the corner and visit Londel’s Supper Club on Frederick Douglass Boulevard for some Harlem soul food and live jazz! The master bedroom's walk-in-closet, large open kitchen, separate laundry room, refuse storage out back and the ability to simply walk out your back door and hop in your car all help eliminate the drudgery of city living. The home's large windows, enormous skylight and open central hallway allow for a tremendous amount of light to filter through the home and light up its new paint throughout. Most all original trim remains as well as tin ceilings and 6 fireplaces with the master bedroom retaining its original gas fixture. There are five floors, which includes an immaculate, clean, and dry basement in its original form. To be delivered vacant.
*Gross Square footage is inclusive of the cellar with a ceiling height measuring 8' 11".
*All measurements to be confirmed by buyer.
*All information is gathered from a third-party source and is deemed reliable.