2 West 123rd Street

2 West 123rd Street

New York USA
40.8058015 -73.945339
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$4,500,000
Plot
20 x 100
Building
20 x 50
Build Date
1882
Stories
5
Est. SqFt
6,000
Rooms
10
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
6
Powder Rooms
2
Monthly Taxes
$1,142
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Lenox Ave and Mount Morris Park West
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Elevator to all floors
Private Garden
Private Roof
20'-Wide
Wood-Burning-Fireplaces
Dishwasher
Washer / Dryer
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$4,500,000
Plot
20 x 100
Building
20 x 50
Build Date
1882
Stories
5
Est. SqFt
6,000
Rooms
10
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
6
Powder Rooms
2
Monthly Taxes
$1,142
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Lenox Ave and Mount Morris Park West
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Elevator to all floors
Private Garden
Private Roof
20'-Wide
Wood-Burning-Fireplaces
Dishwasher
Washer / Dryer
Located on a picturesque tree-lined block in the charming Mount Morris Park Historic District, 2 West 123rd Street is a single-family Neo-Grec style townhouse designed by architects Charles Baxter and developed by W.M. Adams & R. McGinnis between 1880-1882.

Boasting 20’ of width and offering approximately 6,000 sqft of interior space, this home offers tremendous scope across 5 elevator accessed floors including a finished basement. Excellently proportioned rooms with impressive ceiling heights are found on all floors. Design elements feature a modern staircase ascending from the garden floor, and working fireplaces with original mantles.

2 West 123rd Street, is a 5 floor, 6-bedroom, 8-bath townhouse completely renovated and is one of the largest and most beautiful private homes of its kind in Harlem. 2 West 123rd Street exudes everything a townhouse should: central air-conditioning and heat; elevator; working fireplaces, a private outdoor rear garden, staircase to the roof, designer kitchen; en-suite bedrooms each with full bathroom; game room with billiard table; media room; and full laundry room.

Its safety and proximity to the 125th commercial corridor offers an abundance of shopping, entertainment, and culture, whether you're heading to the outlets, the Apollo, or local museums. Enjoy shopping at Whole Foods and dining out at neighborhood favorites like BLVD Bistro, Red Rooster, Melba's, Minton's, Lido, and Harlem Tavern. Grab local coffee and pastries in the morning at Levain, Les Ambassades or Double Dutch Espresso, and swing by Mess Hall or 67 Orange later and Sugar Monk in the evening to enjoy some of Harlem's top-rated cocktails. Convenient to public transportation, this neighborhood truly has the best Harlem has to offer.

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Located on a picturesque tree-lined block in the charming Mount Morris Park Historic District, 2 West 123rd Street is a single-family Neo-Grec style townhouse designed by architects Charles Baxter and developed by W.M. Adams & R. McGinnis between 1880-1882.

Boasting 20’ of width and offering approximately 6,000 sqft of interior space, this home offers tremendous scope across 5 elevator accessed floors including a finished basement. Excellently proportioned rooms with impressive ceiling heights are found on all floors. Design elements feature a modern staircase ascending from the garden floor, and working fireplaces with original mantles.

2 West 123rd Street, is a 5 floor, 6-bedroom, 8-bath townhouse completely renovated and is one of the largest and most beautiful private homes of its kind in Harlem. 2 West 123rd Street exudes everything a townhouse should: central air-conditioning and heat; elevator; working fireplaces, a private outdoor rear garden, staircase to the roof, designer kitchen; en-suite bedrooms each with full bathroom; game room with billiard table; media room; and full laundry room.

Its safety and proximity to the 125th commercial corridor offers an abundance of shopping, entertainment, and culture, whether you're heading to the outlets, the Apollo, or local museums. Enjoy shopping at Whole Foods and dining out at neighborhood favorites like BLVD Bistro, Red Rooster, Melba's, Minton's, Lido, and Harlem Tavern. Grab local coffee and pastries in the morning at Levain, Les Ambassades or Double Dutch Espresso, and swing by Mess Hall or 67 Orange later and Sugar Monk in the evening to enjoy some of Harlem's top-rated cocktails. Convenient to public transportation, this neighborhood truly has the best Harlem has to offer.

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