Wednesday, October 28, 2015


An 18-foot-wide wide brownstone at 242 West 137th Street has just arrived on the market for $2.5 million and looks to be in pretty good condition for that price point.  This 2-family townhouse is on one of the more charming blocks in Central Harlem and has a lot of original details within which always retains its value for historic homes.

A lot of woodwork has been carefully restored within and even the bath has all of the design elements preserved from over a century ago.  Intact decorative tiles and even plasterwork are a rare find these days and polishing up the utilitarian elements or a fresh coat of paint might just be the only work needed here.  St. Nicholas Park and the subway station is just a block or so west with a couple of nice dining options such as The Edge.  More on the broker site: LINK

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