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In Harlem, two historic townhouses get deep discount to $15M

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The double townhouse was recently asking $27 million

Photos by Jimi Sweet, courtesy of KWNYC

Back in January, we wrote about a Harlem megamansion, a combination of two townhouses, 32 and 33 Mount Morris Park West, asking a record-setting $27 million. Now, the two houses have listed again—but with a price cut—asking $14.9 million.

The pair of houses are also being offered separately: 32 Mount Morris Park West, which has been renovated, is asking $9.9 million, and 33 Mount Morris Park West, not renovated yet (“a blank canvas,” the listing says), is asking $5.4 million.

As we previously reported, the houses sit on Mount Morris Park West historic district, date back to 1888, and were once owned by pioneer in the baking soda business John Dwight.

The 18,000-square-foot double townhouse has ten bedrooms, 13 full bathrooms, 17 fireplaces, an outdoor garden, and a rotunda rooftop. Some interior details include doric columns in the dining room, hardwood floors, a walk-in closet in its master suite, and a Juliet balcony.

The property is located on Mount Morris Park West, between West 123rd and 124th streets, steps from Marcus Garvey Park and near the 2 and 3 trains at 125th Street. Harlem Shake, Sylvia’s, Red Rooster, and the National Jazz Museum are all within walking distance.

Taxes for the property are $2,475/month. Ilan Bracha of Keller Williams NYC has the listing.

An outdoor area with exposed brick, a tree in the middle, stairs on the left side, a bench and two chairs on the right side.
A dining area with large windows, doric columns, and a round wooden table with chairs.
A bathroom with a small tub in the middle, a black rug under it, two dressing tables, and a black leather couch in one of the corners.

The master bathroom at 32 Mount Morris Park West.

A kitchen area with hardwood floors and a long black and white counter in the middle.
The kitchen area.