St. Charles Condominium

2551 Frederick Douglass Blvd., A

West Harlem   |   West 136th Street & West 137th Street

Condo [Voice Intercom]
$ 930,000
Rooms 5
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1.5
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 585
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 349
Financing Allowed 90%
Listing ID: 1910979

Property Description

Welcome to your new home! The St. Charles Condominium III is Located in the Northwest region of Harlem adjacent to the Historic neighborhood of Strivers Row. The St. Charles Condominiums are a beautiful collection of townhomes nestled on a gorgeous tree-lined street. The neighborhood is filled with great charm and character reminiscent of the Harlem Renaissance, where artists and intellectuals migrated in the early 1900s to draw their inspiration. Home to the likes of Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Harry Pace — music publisher, and renowned activist and surgeon Dr. Louis T. Wright and, so many more. The St. Nicholas Historic Neighborhood, known colloquially as "Striver's Row" is a historic neighborhood located on both sides of West 138th and West 139th Streets between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. This Residence is a beautifully kept two bed 1 and ½ Bath duplex residence with Hardwood flooring throughout, Granite kitchen countertops, marble Bath with subway tile, ample closet and storage space, as well as an upgraded Master bathroom. There is a spacious yard specific to this condo, and outdoor parking is also available. Contact me to schedule an exclusive tour of this property.
Welcome to your new home! The St. Charles Condominium III is Located in the Northwest region of Harlem adjacent to the Historic neighborhood of Strivers Row. The St. Charles Condominiums are a beautiful collection of townhomes nestled on a gorgeous tree-lined street. The neighborhood is filled with great charm and character reminiscent of the Harlem Renaissance, where artists and intellectuals migrated in the early 1900s to draw their inspiration. Home to the likes of Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Harry Pace — music publisher, and renowned activist and surgeon Dr. Louis T. Wright and, so many more. The St. Nicholas Historic Neighborhood, known colloquially as "Striver's Row" is a historic neighborhood located on both sides of West 138th and West 139th Streets between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City. This Residence is a beautifully kept two bed 1 and ½ Bath duplex residence with Hardwood flooring throughout, Granite kitchen countertops, marble Bath with subway tile, ample closet and storage space, as well as an upgraded Master bathroom. There is a spacious yard specific to this condo, and outdoor parking is also available. Contact me to schedule an exclusive tour of this property.

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer

Outdoor

Private Garden
2551 Frederick Douglass Blvd. West Harlem New York NY 10019

Building Details [2551 Frederick Douglass Blvd.]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Walk-up
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 1960/7502
Building Type Townhouse
Age Post-War
Year Built 1994
Floors/Apts 4/2

Building Amenities

Outdoor Parking

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Klara Madlin

License

Licensed Real Estate Broker


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