265 West 139th St - Harlem, New York
Designed in 1891 by Stanford White of the renowned McKim Mead & White architectural firm. 265 W 139th street was the first townhouse completed on the legendary Strivers Row in Central Harlem. The current owners purchased the home from Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and Noble Prize winner Bob Dylan. The four story single family home boasts vintage details from its era and is dripping with Oak details throughout and features; inlaid wood floors, original pocket & wood doors, elegant crown molding, wainscoting, Famous for the carriage houses behind each home, this one has a lovely interior courtyard that is used for outdoor entertaining as well as private parking. The subject property rests in the coveted Striver's Row neighborhood of Central Harlem. Though only two blocks of Harlem from 138th Street to 139th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, Striver's Row is located in one of the most picturesque sections of Harlem where famous musicians share blocks with well-heeled doctors and financiers.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman