For design inspiration, please take a look at 32 Mount Morris Park, 33s neighbor and identical twin. 32s interiors include sleek hardwood flooring, gorgeous decorative moldings, and a state-of-the-art kitchen featuring granite counter tops and elite, top-of-the-line appliances. All of this and more can be replicated in neighboring 33.
Moreover, with a width of 26.5 feet and dimensions of 7,000 square feet and soaring 14ft ceilings, 33 Mount Morris Park offers homeowners ample adaptable interior space with plenty of room on the home's main floors for the average family. The facade is almost completely restored and has been done with the utmost attention to the original details.
Best of all is this homes proximity to some of Upper Manhattans finest, most iconic sights and sounds. In close proximity to Harlems bustling 125th street, 33 Mount Morris Park conveniently neighbors a brand-new Whole Foods, a generous lineup of some of Harlems hottest restaurants (including famed Sylvias), and, of course, the legendary Apollo Theater. Darting around Manhattan is a breeze, as the 125th station services 2 and 3 Express trains. Likewise, the Harlem-125th train station is only 5-minute away, offering regional train access to New Jersey and Connecticut areas.
$4,200,000 / $600 per ft²
Listed on Jun 14, 2019
160 Days on Market
5 Beds / 7.0 Baths / 7,000 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $958
Maintenance: - / R.E. Taxes $958
Lot Size: 26.5' x 100.0' Built: 27.0' x 57.0'
Exclusively listed with: KWNYC Midtown
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