Billed as a "perfect investment opportunity for a developer, investor, or a direct end user," this four-story East Harlem townhouse is listed at $3.5 million. Right now, it’s set up as a rental property with six separate units—a mix of studios and one-bedrooms, plus a two-bedroom duplex—but it also could be converted into a single-family home or mixed-use development.
The ultimate configuration of the space obviously depends on the buyer, but the pre-war townhouse has a lot going for it structurally: a quaint brick façade (there’s seriously curb appeal), hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and two different outdoor spaces — there’s a deck off the second floor extension, and a "garden backyard oasis" out back. Another selling point: it’s just a few blocks from Central Park.
Regardless of its future owners’ plans, the townhouse will be delivered vacant.