Renovated Historic Harlem Brownstone

Renovated Historic Harlem Brownstone




Jul 2013

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful home was built in the 1890's and renovated over the past ten years. It is on a lovely tree-lined block just 3 minutes from the 2/3 train and 5 minutes from Central Park. The house has three floors. The parlor floor has a sunny living room, a huge dining room and a modern kitchen. There is a master bedroom, a TV room and 2 full bathrooms on the second floor, and two bed rooms with en suite full baths on the third floor. The home is decorated with an eclectic mix of antiques and modern furniture and light fixtures. It is quiet and comfortable and easily accessible to midtown Manhattan and the surrounding neighborhoods.


More about us

  1. We are a couple with no children. We are in our 50's and very respectful of other's property

  2. We both work in affordable housing policy and development and have been involved in the recovery of New Orleans since Hurrican Katrina.

  3. We love architecture, design, walking and biking through cities and eating great food.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Harlem Shake, Cedric, Native, Sylvia's
Cool bars
Native, Chocolat, Lenox Lounge
Cozy cafés
Cafe Latte, Amy Ruth's
Retail therapy
116th Street African Market, the gift shop at the Studio Museum of Harlem, the boutiques on Adam Clayton Powell and the stores and street vendors along 125th street
Bit of culture
The Studio Museum of Harlem, the Latino neighborhood in East Harlem
Walks in the park
Our home is minutes away from Central Park and Marcus Garvey Park. Both parks have beautiful landscapes and public pools. Central Park has a zoo, botanical gardens, restaurants, ponds, waterfalls, horseback riding, ample jogging paths, free concerts, etc.
Spot of exercise
Run, bike or walk through Central Park.
Day tripping
Go north up the Hudson River to the Dia Museum in Beacon, NY. Easily accessible by train from Harlem. Beacon is a lovely riverside town and the Dia Museum has one of the finest modern art collections in the States.

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