Wednesday, December 30, 2009

☞ DWELL: 133 West 122nd Street Brownstone

One of the more interesting properties on the high end of the market is on the most distinct brownstone rows in Harlem for the asking price of $2.895 million. No. 133 West 122nd Street is on the fringe of the Mount Morris Park Historic district but can easily be considered one of the most handsome set buildings in the city. Apparently fully restored by an architect who worked on the New York branch of famed Japanese department store Takashimaya, the single family, five bedroom, five bath, 4,500 square foot townhouse has all the modern underpinnings with the original details intact. The closest train is the express 2,3 at 125th Street and the boutique shops of the Mount Morris Park Historic District are only a block away. House photo by Ulysses.


  1. Damn, if only I had 2.9 mil hanging around the place.

    Really is gorgeous.

  2. This is one of my favorite facades in Harlem with the exotic brickwork details in surprisingly good condition.