The stately home is fully of intricate 20th-century details
It took more than 800 words for the brokerbabble to sum up all of the opulence that this regal Harlem townhouse along West 119th Street embodies. While, it’s definitely worth many words, we’ll give you the short version of what the majestic home, asking $3.65 million, incorporates into its loveliness.
According to the lengthy listing description, the four-story brownstone was originally constructed in 1900 and received modern upgrades around 2012 that brought amenities like heated floors and central air conditioning about while adding a sixteen-foot extension onto the ground and parlor floors. Across its five floors, there are at least four bedrooms (each one en-suite), five bathrooms, six original fireplaces, and a great deal of original moldings and pocket shutters.
The huge chef’s kitchen is fully modernized with the best in appliances and decadent Carrara marble. French doors and a wall-encompassing archway, full of windows, lead to a lovely backyard surrounded by private fences. For added outdoor space, there is also a large terrace that can be accessed from the en-suite master bedroom.