Friday, October 12, 2018


Harlem Bespoke: The famous pre-war Pumpkin House in the Heights went up on the market in Spring 2016 for a record $5.25 million but had been reduced incrementally for the past couple year to $2.9 million and now has a contract out.  As previously mentioned, Number 16 Chittenden Avenue was built in 1923 and sits on a corner facing a stunning, uninterrupted view of the Hudson River just roughly by 186th Street.  This 2-family home with windows in the back that look like a Jack O' Lantern at night has been written about by the Times in the past.   Original details are also intact within and there are open terrace spaces to take advantage of the location on the cliff.  Those worried about being a little to far north might find comfort in the fact that there is a 2-car garage next door but the A Train station at 190th Street is also just few blocks north.   More photos and details on Sothesby's: LINK 2018

1 comment:

  1. Guess I won't be able to buy this when I win the lottery now. Ah, well.