A pair of adjacent, 19th century Harlem townhouses which can be combined into one giant residence has been listed for $27 million by Corcoran’s Siddiq Patterson. This is a record-shattering price, easily beating out the $9.45 million Circa penthouse. The combinable townhouses were owned by baking soda magnate John Dwight, and are included in the Mount Morris Park Historical District. Current owner Brad Linard bought the property in 2005, and renovated one of the townhouses with new appliances and other features while preserving old-fashioned luxuries like the classic hardwood floors and the multitude of fireplaces.
- A pair of residential properties in historic Harlem is currently going for the mind-boggling price of 27 million dollars.
- The twin townhouses date back to 1888 and are located at 32 and 33 Mount Morris Park West.
- They sit on the edge of Marcus Garvey Park, close to 123rd street.
“That price for a townhouse in Harlem is “unheard of,” real estate appraiser Jonathan Miller told the Wall Street Journal, which first covered the listing.”