Friday, September 30, 2016


One of the highest priced brownstones in Harlem went up on the market this summer for $5 million and now has been reduced to $4.4 million this month. As mentioned previously, Number 17 West 120th Street first went on the market late 2014 for the asking of $3.75 million but disappeared rather quickly and then returned for $5 million back in July.

We also noted that this is arguably one of the best blocks in the Mount Morris Park Historic District and Maya Angelou's house just sold for $4 million a few doors down. There are a lot of original details in fantastic condition within the 20-foot-wide brownstone but the one issue here is that this is a multi-unit building.  Higher end buyers are usually also looking for a single-family layout but the location might be the biggest selling point here since Whole Foods should be opening nearby in the next 6 months.  More details and photos on Streeteasy: LINK

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