Rarely available 22' wide corner townhouse totaling over 6000 interior square feet with two outdoor spaces nearing 2000sqft. Live life well indoors and out! This landmarked limestone-clad, neoclassical townhouse is graced with 28 grand windows and is nestled on one of the most beautiful, picturesque, tree-lined streets in the historic Jumel Terrace District in Manhattan. It's a treasure to be found.
Built in 1898, this three-family townhouse has been renovated to accommodate a duplex on the Garden and Parlour floors and four rental units on the top two floors. Designed by renowned French architects Henri Foucheaux, many original details still remain throughout, such as the rich mahogany millwork, inlaid flooring details, high ceilings with elaborately carved moldings, Frieze artwork and a magical Romeo and Juliet mahogany balcony along the staircase.
The spacious 26' x 35' backyard offers a large garden space and patio with mature foliage. The charming front yard is a great place to relax and enjoy the neighborhood.
An incredible opportunity for rental income or a notable renovation in a prime neighborhood and location.
West 162nd Street is one of the widest blocks in Manhattan and is a double-sided tree-lined Townhouse block. One block from C Train, Close to M2, M100 and M101.
$2,955,000 / $492 per ft²
Listed on Oct 15, 2020
290 Days on Market
Not updated in 256 days
6 Beds / 5.0 Baths / 6,000 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: -
Maintenance: - / R.E. Taxes -
Lot Size: 22.0' x 98.0' Built: 22.0' x 54.0'
Exclusively listed with: Halstead Property, LLC Source: RLS
Rosaria R DiMaggio
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