Strivers’ Row is a townhouse conversion and restoration of one of the original mansions in the historic Strivers Row neighborhood. Originally built in 1902, the condominium combines the best of prewar charm with thoroughly modern conveniences and aesthetics.
Apartment 1-F is a one-bedroom duplex facing south on a handsome tree-lined block in Harlem. The home features a living room with a stunning gas fireplace with an original mantle and mirror. The home features luminous hardwood floors throughout. The open kitchen is fully equipped with a DeLonghi stainless-steel stove and an LG over-the-range microwave. A GE dishwasher is an additional convenience. The kitchen is finished with elegant cherry wood cabinets and pressed-tin backsplashes. The opulent full bathroom has an American Standard Renaissance Series Whirlpool tub for relaxing. The lower level of the duplex contains the bedroom and half bathroom.
Strivers’ Row is a development in New York that offers several perks to tempt possible buyers. There is a virtual doorman, video intercom system and central alarm system for building security. There is also a complimentary laundry room with two sets of stacked Frigidaire washer and dryers for the convenience of the residents.
Strivers’ Row enjoys a central Harlem location. The area is well known for its rich history and culture. The neighborhood offers easy access to transportation, shopping and entertainment. The St. Nicholas and Jackie Robinson Parks are within walking distance, as are Pathmark, the Abyssinian Baptist Church, Harlem Hospital, Harlem YMCA and the Schomburg Center.