Near the famed Harlem enclave of Strivers Row, this multi-family town-home is a fixer-upper full of immense potential. Built in 1910, this excellent investment opportunity is a three story, 11-unit SRO townhouse and is R7-2 zoned located on the north side of 136th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. The house is being delivered vacant with certificate of non-harassment. Building dimensions feature approximately 3,400 square feet (with use of all floors) of residential space on a lot size of 1,699 square feet of approximately 17 x 99.92. This gem of a property is in need of some repair, but this opportunity is well worth the effort. The structure contains most of the original details including all of its fireplaces, stain glass windows and the original building layout. Less than one mile from the Metro North Railroad Station, this home is also close to public transportation near the following subway and bus stops which offer a door-to-door 10-15 minute commute to Midtown Manhattan: 135th Street (2, 3, B, C) Buses (M2, M3, M10, Bx33) Nearby shops, parks, historical sites, restaurants including Harlem Hospital, Hansborough Recreation Center, The Schomburg and Hamilton Grange National Memorial are all within a stone's throw from your front steps. Showing by appointment only. For more detailed information, please feel free to contact the listing agent directly.