Wednesday, January 20, 2016


Lower Convent Avenue's historic district currently has the a home that is shattering all records because of a contract based on a $4.95 million asking price but another landmark beauty is available just across the street.  The famous Royal Tenenbaums House on the corner of 144th Street at Convent Avenue may never ever be for sale but the next door neighbor at the right of the turreted townhouse is still up on the market for $4.325 million.  Number 337 Convent Avenue looks like it is part of the complex since everything was built by the same architect a century ago and is on one of the most beautiful blocks in the city. Original details are intact and tastefully restored within but the one catch here is that the certificate of occupancy is for a 6-family family.  The broker did reach out to us and mentioned that the interior is actually a single-family layout so those buying should really see what the situation is for themselves.  Other than that, express trains on 145th Street will get you to midtown in less than 15 minutes and better business are really starting to pop up everywhere in the neighborhood.  More photos can be found on the broker site: LINK

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