This historic Harlem 1882 painted-lady Victorian row house features mix of modern architecture and historic charm. Situated on a film-friendly, dead end cobblestone street. An open kitchen/living area featuring custom finishes in anodized aluminum and marble opens onto a sunny garden with weathered brick walls.
Exposed ceiling beams, antique random-width pine floors, and an oversized wood burning fireplace complete the floor-through space. The master bedroom features two soaring brick chimneys and exposed roof beams fifteen feet overhead. Crown moldings, exposed brick, and original pocket doors fill out the parlor floor.
All floors must be protected, booties must be worn over shoes
Areas of use determined in advance