Don't miss this one-of-a-kind custom renovated townhouse on one of the most desirable and historic streets in the city. With a dramatic skylight embracing the entire space featuring radiant heated floors, unique metal staircase and four wood burning fireplaces. This amazing home sits across from Marcus Garvey Park, which among other things, was the site of the 1969 historic concert the "Summer of Soul" the subject of the 2021 Academy Award winning documentary of the same name.
This house is truly an architectural gem. There are four floors of spectacular living space: 5 bedrooms with 2.5 bathrooms + home office and loads of storage space. Oversized windows that let Southern and Northern light in all day long and soaring ceilings create the feeling of a loft-style home in a traditional brownstone. The primary bedroom boasts large windows with a glorious view of the park and a wood burning fireplace. The primary bath features a double sink on a custom vanity with ample storage, soaking tub, separate glass stall shower and water closet with pocket door. The living room and dining areas both have high ceilings and wood burning fireplaces and are made for great entertaining. The beautiful kitchen with premium appliance, wrap-around island and a powder room completes the picture. There are two southern outdoor spaces: the large 18 x 55 foot garden adjacent to the eat in kitchen and a deck off one of the bedrooms.
The separate garden floor apartment is a duplex studio with home office/rec-room, kitchen, washer/dryer. It can be accessed via a private entrance. The apartment can be a rental property or used as an office or a guest suite.
Surrounded by some of the neighborhoods best restaurants and historic sites this is the house to come home to.
Currently the house is configured as a 2 family property.