152 West 132nd Street #2
Noticeable in the Central Harlem West 130th-132nd Streets Historic District, on one of the loveliest blocks in the neighborhood, is 152 West 132nd Street, a handsome Neo-Grec brownstone row house that is dignified with history, significance and notable characteristics. Your soon to be new home is in one of seven houses (144-156 West 132nd Street) designed by architects Cleverdon & Putzel and built in 1890 for Sarah E. Buckhout. In most recent years, the building façade that is fortunately dressed in historic highlights and detail has been beautifully resurfaced; the entire windows have been replaced throughout; and most amorously a complete reconstruction to the inside structure has been made.
Your potential calling card address is Unit Two which is a fine-looking and relaxing second floor through residence. The modern and attractive flat is minimally fashioned and designed with refined concrete flooring, exposed brick with two fireplace walls, unclosed kitchen with marble counters and stainless oven, dishwasher and fridge, and central heating and cooling throughout the space. The natural light is quite pretty and whether gazing out North or South the tall tilt and turn windows provide equally pleasant outlooks. The homes bedroom extension leads you into a warm and relaxed embrace thats got a great ensuite rest room fully fitted with toilet, wide sink, rain shower and plunge bath as well as a phantastic laundry closet with washer/dryer and supplemental storage.
This chic and well-turned out treasure is a serious apartment contender in a market with so much to see and so much to understand in getting there.
I would be delighted to introduce you.