Monday, January 17, 2011
☞ DWELL: 2087 Fifth Avenue Sets Record Sale
So what was the record price for this very large, detail-rich, upgraded brownstone? Public records show that the final price closed at $2.075 million which makes it the third Harlem house to sell at the $2 million range in the past couple of years. Interestingly enough, this house is at 128th Street and the other two houses are also above 125th Street. What they all have in common are a 19-20 foot width, expensive interior detail restoration and upgraded infrastructure (check out those herringbone floors and pinhole recessed lights). See our past post on the landmark Hamilton Heights house that sold back in October to compare: LINK. Finally, the other big seller in Central Harlem was even more notable because it included a garage: LINK. Click on interior images to enlarge for details.