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221 West 138th Street

$2,495,000 for sale
3,894 ft²$640 per ft²12 rooms5 beds3 baths
Resale, Townhouse in Central Harlem

Listing Facts

Unavailable Date
No longer available as of about 2 years ago
Days On Market
251 days on StreetEasy
Monthly Charges
Monthly Taxes: $599


Rare to market on Striver’s Row is this Georgian style townhouse with Indiana limestone, designed by world-renowned architects Bruce Price and Clarence S. Luce, built in 1910, known as the Will Marion Cook house, after the famous African-American composer, violinist and Broadway impresario. Nestled in the historic St. Nicholas District, this corner building is a legal two-family with 3,894 square... [more]


Building Amenities
  • Garage Parking
Outdoor Space
  • Balcony
  • Garden
  • Patio


221 West 138th Street  New York, NY 10030

Townhouse in Central Harlem
2 unitsBuilt in 1910
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Price History

03/15/2011 Previous Sale recorded Register to unlock sales price
11/16/2013 Listed by Kensington Hewes $2,495,000
01/22/2014 Listing entered contract $2,495,000
07/25/2014 Listing sold $2,495,000




B C at 135th St 0.25 miles

2 3 at 135th St 0.3 miles

3 at 145th St 0.4 miles

A C B D at 145th St 0.42 miles

3 at 148th St 0.54 miles

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Listing Provided By

Ron Ferdinand, Kensington Hewes,