107 West 117th Street

West Harlem   |   Lenox Avenue & Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard

Building for sale
$ 3,500,000
Ownership Multi-Family
Lot Size 20'x100'
Floors/Apts 4/4
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 4,608
Building Type Townhouse
Building Size 20'x83'
Year Built 1920
ASF/ASM 7,237/672
Listing ID: 77577TH

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Property Description

Investor alert! This spectacular five-story brownstone offers an outstanding development opportunity in a coveted South Harlem neighborhood. Offered in as-is condition, this massive 7,237 square foot residence is filled with original architectural detail with many rooms demo-ed and ready for renovation. Grand proportions are found throughout the 20-foot-wide building, thanks to its nearly 78-foot depth and ceilings that soar up to 10 feet tall. Notice the carved door and window enframements, handsome wainscoting and delicate spandrels. Outside, the 101-foot-deep lot includes a spacious garden. Currently configured with six-bedrooms and three baths, this property is ideal for redevelopment in burgeoning South Harlem. Built around 1900, 107 West 117th Street is a handsome brownstone with Romanesque and Renaissance Revival elements, including gorgeous bowfront windows, carved facade details and a classic high-stoop entry. Located on a tree-lined street just outside the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this building is surrounded by breathtaking architecture and Harlem's renowned dining and nightlife. Marcus Garvey Park, Morningside Park and Central Park surround the brownstone with hundreds of acres of outdoor space, and 2/3, B and C trains, ample bus service and CitiBike stations put the rest of the city within easy reach.
Investor alert! This spectacular five-story brownstone offers an outstanding development opportunity in a coveted South Harlem neighborhood. Offered in as-is condition, this massive 7,237 square foot residence is filled with original architectural detail with many rooms demo-ed and ready for renovation. Grand proportions are found throughout the 20-foot-wide building, thanks to its nearly 78-foot depth and ceilings that soar up to 10 feet tall. Notice the carved door and window enframements, handsome wainscoting and delicate spandrels. Outside, the 101-foot-deep lot includes a spacious garden. Currently configured with six-bedrooms and three baths, this property is ideal for redevelopment in burgeoning South Harlem. Built around 1900, 107 West 117th Street is a handsome brownstone with Romanesque and Renaissance Revival elements, including gorgeous bowfront windows, carved facade details and a classic high-stoop entry. Located on a tree-lined street just outside the Mount Morris Park Historic District, this building is surrounded by breathtaking architecture and Harlem's renowned dining and nightlife. Marcus Garvey Park, Morningside Park and Central Park surround the brownstone with hundreds of acres of outdoor space, and 2/3, B and C trains, ample bus service and CitiBike stations put the rest of the city within easy reach.

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Apartment Features

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107 West 117th Street West Harlem New York NY 10026

Building Details [107 West 117th Street]

Ownership Multi-Family
Service Level None
Access Walk-up
Block/Lot 1902/126
Building Size 20'x83'
Zoning R7-2
Building Type Townhouse
Year Built 1920
Floors/Apts 4/4
Lot Size 20'x100'

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