30 West 126th Street is a prewar brownstone condominium situated in the center of Harlem. This 6-story brownstone was built in 1909 and renovated for modern Manhattan living in 2008.
Built with spaciousness as a top priority, these five-bedroom two-bath homes feature high ceilings, generously sized windows, ample closet space and rear balconies. Each apartment has lustrous cherry hardwood flooring, exposed brick walls and a fireplace to create that warm and comfy glow. The updated conveniences include double-glazed, tilt-out windows, central heating and cooling, stackable washer and dryer units and intercom security. Each gourmet open chef's kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel Bosch appliances, granite countertops and custom Euro-style wooden cabinets. The baths include blue slate tiled floors, oversized subway-tiled walls and Kohler fixtures. The balconies are accessed from each bedroom. There is also a duplex with a beautifully designed blue slate garden, and the home on the fourth floor has exclusive use of a 312 square-foot roof deck. All units have private storage available in the basement, and the building is wired for cable television.
The building is a few steps from 125th Street, a main shopping thoroughfare with a variety of stores to explore. Mount Morris and Marcus Garvey parks are close by, as are a number of restaurants, clubs, galleries, cinemas and museums. Public transportation offers convenient access to the rest of the city through a variety of subway lines from which to choose.