Wednesday, November 24, 2010

☞ BESPOKE: Harlem's Most Purple Brownstone

Walking by East 128th Street and Madison Avenue, one will find the most distinctly purple brownstone in all of Harlem.  We're not a big fan of purple as far as classic color combinations go but this one has a sort of San Francisco "painted lady" row house feel to it.  The white accents add a nice pop to the details and one literally can't pass by the residence without taking a second look.  Also of note is that the next door brownstone (2024 Madison) at the left was a shell over a year ago and it looks like it has been restored in full.


  1. Go big or go home!

  2. I live right around the corner. Love that house!

  3. A Harlem Bespoke reader who lives in Brooklyn mentioned this reminds him of a pink brownstone in his neck of the woods: