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Harlem brownstone wants $4.35M after a stylish makeover

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The home spans more than 3,300 square feet and dates back to the early 20th century.

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A stylish two-family townhouse in Harlem has hit the market with a hefty $4.35 million asking price. The home spans more than 3,300 square feet and though it dates back to the early 20th century, a series of modern updates makes it anything but dated.

The five-bedroom, five-bathroom abode encompasses five floors and is situated as a triplex unit and a garden level apartment but can be configured into a single-family residence. Though the apartment has been decked out in contemporary charm that includes its open floorplan, recessed lighting, and high-end appliances, there are also a few prewar details in place. You’ll spot decorative fireplaces, exposed brick walls, and arched windows scattered throughout the space.

Each one of the five bathrooms have been renovated and bedecked in fixtures from Restoration Hardware. The cellar is fully finished, as is the roof deck, and the backyard boasts a patio along with plenty of space for entertaining.

If you find that the outdoor space that comes with the home isn’t enough, Morningside Park is less than a block away.