Entering the 1880 townhouse at 210 West 122nd Street in Harlem is like stepping back in time. The six-bedroom property—now on the market for $3,750,00—is currently a bed and breakfast where guests from all over the world enjoy the grandeur of this authentic Victorian home filled with original details: mahogany millwork, stained glass transoms, inlaid floors, and seven fireplaces. The old world charm is balanced by luxurious 21st-century amenities including a recently updated kitchen and waterfall jacuzzis. Prospective buyers will be able to continue operating the bed and breakfast or simply enjoy this architectural gem for themselves.
As is typical of old townhomes, the parlor floor is a real showstopper. Eleven-foot ceilings, gorgeous millwork, colorful stained glass, and molding details set the scene. French doors lead the way to a large eat-in chef’s kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances. Large bay windows in the kitchen look out onto a landscaped terrace.
An ornate staircase with custom carved balusters leads up to the upper levels where you’ll find the bedrooms. Each bedroom has its own personality with decor highlighting the details: exposed brick, original light fixtures, as well as gas fireplaces and ensuite bathrooms in every room.
Back on the ground floor, the master suite is decked out with a stunning wall of mirrored panels and a spa-like bathroom with LED color light waterfall jacuzzi and private access to the backyard. All of the bedroom doors come outfitted with passcode locks.
This one-of-a-kind historic home has recently gotten a new roof, updated electric and plumbing, a new boiler, and hot water heater. It’s ready for whatever the next phase of its life will bring!
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Images courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Harlem