We’re ending the week by taking a look at some of the most recent multi-family properties to hit the market…
130 West 131st Street
Asking Price: $2,999,000
Josh Sarnell: 646.580.8609 or email@example.com
130 West 131st Street (also pictured above in the middle of the lead photo) offers the new owner almost 4,000 square feet of living space. Beautifully renovated with many of the original details in place, this immaculate brownstone in historic Central Harlem should not be missed.
The owner’s two bedroom/two bath duplex (easily converted to three bedrooms) features a spacious marble kitchen with stainless steel appliances and an open floor plan. The large living room is highlighted with exposed brick leading the way to your fifty-foot, landscaped backyard, perfect for entertaining. The master bedroom contains an en-suite bath with a glass steam shower, Whirlpool soaking tub, and a sizable walk-in closet. Custom Mahogany wood built-ins, a five-color monitor video intercom system, surround sound speakers, and recessed lighting make this home move-in ready.
The second and third floors offer rental income from a studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartment. Each of the units still possesses original details such as decorative fireplaces, shutters, wainscoting, crown moldings, high ceilings, exposed brick, and hardwood floors with a modern twist.
34 West 96th Street
Asking Price: $5,500,000
Nadia Hussey: 917.833.3473 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a rare opportunity to buy a full townhouse in this prime neighborhood. Central Park is approximately 500 feet away from the front door. Currently configured as nine separate units, this property has the potential to be so much more. The closest subways are the B/C at 96th Street and Central Park West, and the 1/2/3 at 96th Street and Broadway.
At the present time, occupancy is over 50% vacant. Two units are owner-occupied and two units are occupied by rent-stabilized tenants. Five units in total are vacant.
42 3rd Place
Asking Price: $4,299,000
Scott Waldman: 917.690.5777 or email@example.com
A truly unique townhouse is available for the first time since it underwent a complete renovation. Originally built in 1910, no stone was left unturned while modernizing this home and bringing it into the 21st century, including building an extra two floors on the top. On the parlor floor, you’ll feel like you’re in a SoHo loft, with soaring 13-foot ceilings, an open kitchen and dining area with a fireplace, and a half bath, with Amish handmade oak floors throughout. It was gut renovated last year, featuring a chef’s kitchen with a white quartz island and countertops to go along with restaurant quality stainless steel appliances. The spacious dining area has a concrete mantle with a fireplace. The second floor is an open loft (also 13-foot ceilings) currently used as the living room, along with a bedroom, bathroom, and washer and dryer. The third floor features a playroom, two large bedrooms, and another bathroom. The fourth floor is the master suite with white oak floors, and a massive bedroom with one of the most stunning master baths you’ve ever seen! This 20-foot-wide townhouse also features a 60-foot-deep backyard. The new owner can get approximately a $7,500 annual bonus just by owning this gorgeous five-story townhome.
33 Vanderbilt Avenue
Asking Price: $2,195,000
William Clark III: 917.968.2468 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This three-family brownstone in Clinton Hill borders Fort Green and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The property is 3,500-square-feet over four floors, plus a finished cellar. A rare commercial overlay on Vanderbilt allows for a mixed-use building on this 100×20 plot.
Currently configured as a single family home by the previous owner but zoned 3, the property requires renovation to convert back to a three-family. A renovated kitchen with a double oven and separate range stove leads out to large backyard. Additional features include 11-foot ceilings on the first floor, four windowed bathrooms with jetted tubs and a separate Jacuzzi, wood burning fireplaces on each floor that can be reopened, hardwood floors, exposed brick, zoned heat, crown molding, recessed lighting, and a skylight on the top floor.