Ideal for an owner occupant! For Sale on "Landmark Astor Row", a townhouse ideal for an investor to live and renovate. Sitting on one of Harlem's most historic blocks, 32 West 130th street features 11 units and 6 baths, and is just a short walk away from Marcus Garvey Park, Red Rooster, and the legendary Apollo Theater. This beautiful landmark brownstone was built in 1909 and precedes the Harlem Renaissance. It is one of 28 semi-attached row houses once owned by and named after John Jacob Astor which occupy the south side of West 130th street between Lenox Avenue and Fifth Avenues. In the heart of bustling Harlem, 32 West 130th street has been a family-owned and operated investment for nearly 50 years and is now being sold as part of an estate. This is an SRO building which brings in a monthly income of $6,500. There currently are 3 vacancies. The estate has not pursued a Certificate of Non-Harassment. A detailed set-up is available upon request. This gorgeous tree-lined block with its porches, front and side yards, and gardens are a rarity for the city and give the block a charming, small town feel not found elsewhere in Manhattan. What's more, these architectural gold mines seldom come to market. Don't miss your opportunity to own one of the very first townhouses built in Harlem and bolster a Harlem landmark.