Monday, April 9, 2012

☞ DWELL: 230 West 136th Street Sold in April

An extensively renovated townhouse at 230 West 136th Street that has been on and off the market for the past 3 years now has finally gone into contract.  A $3.2 million asking price from a few years ago was finally reduced to $1.85 million and the 16.6 foot wide property finally found a buyer. According to public records, the final closing price in the past weeks was finalized at $1.64 million.

The  2-family, 3,300 square foot house has one of the higher end renovations where the taste level is a good marriage to the history of the house. This Central Harlem block located between ACP/7th and FDB/8th is almost completely preserved with brownstones on either side of the street.  Subways are an avenue and a half in either direction but the area is pretty much residential. More photos and details can be found on the broker site: LINK

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