323 West 101st Street is a magnificent landmarked legal three-family Renaissance Revival brownstone with tremendous expansion potential, either as a single family mansion or high-end rental apartments. Currently built 20 feet wide and 50 feet deep on a 101 foot lot with a two-story extension and delivered vacant, there is an additional 3,592 square feet of unused FAR per the current zoning. Built 1892 by architect and builder M. V. B. Ferdon for original owner George Reid, this grand manse retains significant historic details inside and out. This three-story with English basement home is currently configured as a lower duplex and cellar rec room with two full-floor apartments above across approx. 4,500 SQFT. A deck off the parlor level kitchen leads to the landscaped garden, also accessed by the garden level. The third floor apartment enjoys a rear terrace. The splendor of Riverside Park is one block away, offering tranquility and access to miles of the Hudson waterfront. The 103rd Street 1 train stop offers frequent local service with express trains minutes away. Nearby Broadway, West End and Amsterdam Avenues offer extensive neighborhood amenities with dozens of dining, shopping and cultural offerings.