Monday, November 29, 2021


Harlem Bespoke: A townhouse within one of the most intact landmark blocks to be found uptown arrived on the market during the height of the pandemic but the buyers market has been energized as of late.  The brownstone located in the Mount Morris Historic District at 144 West 120th Street went up for a sharp asking price set at $2.7 million back in April and now has a contract out in the past week.

As previously mentioned, this 18-foot-wide home is in one of the most desirable historic districts in Harlem and there appears to be a lot of original details within.  This location is also ideal since Whole Foods and the express subway station are only 4 blocks away at 125th Street.  One additional point to note is that the house has been divided into a 3-family layout but is classified as an SRO with a Certificate of Non Harassment in place.  More photos and contact information can be found on the broker site: LINK 2021

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