Thursday, August 25, 2016


One of our favorite homes in South Harlem went in to contract earlier in the year based on a reduced asking price of $2.495 million (from the original $2.8 million and now Streeteast has revealed that the single-family home  at 401 Manhattan Avenue eventually sold for $2.345 million. As mentioned previously, this brownstone by 117th Street was restored by the Victorian curator of the MET before a new owner purchased the townhouse back in 2010 and still retains the accurate color schemes within that reflect the era the address was built.  With two working fireplaces, original details and a whole lot of charm, this jewel box of a home really stands out amongst the bland interiors in a typical listing.  The location of the 18-foot-wide house is also right by the FDB commercial corridor, Morningside Park and the 116th Street subway stop. With all that said, the basement and garden areas are still bit lackluster but should be a pretty easy fix.  More details on Streeteasy: LINK

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