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111 West 119th Street

Landmarked 2-Unit Renaissance Revival Townhouse




Traditional Living in the Heart of Harlem


Situated on a leafy street in the heart of the Mount Morris Park Historic District in Renaissance Harlem, this elegant Landmarked 2-unit Renaissance Revival brownstone built in 1895-96 by Neville and Bagge is in pristine condition. The building is 19-feet wide and 52.5-feet long across its four floors, with an additional 13-foot three floor extension, giving a total of 4,600 square feet of premium quality space, and the extension is topped by a sunny terrace. This property is delivered vacant with all paperwork provided. Please call Robert Pair today for your private viewing

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Floors

17

Rooms

7

Beds

5.5

Baths
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FLOORPLANS

Four Floors - Four Stories

The building is 19-feet wide and 52.5-feet long across its four floors, with an additional 13-foot three floor extension, giving a total of 4,600 square feet of premium quality space, and the extension is topped by a sunny terrace. Click floorplan graphic to enlarge.

Prime Location

Harlem's Blooming West Side

This lovely home is located a few steps from Harlem’s Restaurant Row, and conveniently close to transportation options including the 2/3 and B/C subway lines and the M2, M7 and M101 bus lines. Shopping on 125th Street is just a short walk away, featuring a brand-new Whole Foods and Bed Bath and Beyond. For recreation, the home is nestled between Mount Morris Park, Morningside Park and Central Park.

EASY ACCESS


Just a short walk to several major subway lines means just minutes to all areas of Manhattan.

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Property Details

  • Architect
    Neville and Bagge
  • Year Constructed
    1895-96
  • Approx. Size
    4,600 Sq. Ft.
  • Efficiency Rating
    Six Star
  • Accolades
    Landmarked Building

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