Step into a time of undeniable elegance and unparalleled style. This Victorian brownstone, built in 1899, has managed to preserve the historical culture of its time, while seamlessly incorporating modern fixtures and contemporary, understated finishes. Nestled near Strivers’ Row – a neighborhood known the world over for its prominence during the Harlem Renaissance – is a veritable gem; a 4,128 square foot quiet oasis within the bustle of the city. Clad in authentic mahogany, vintage cherry trim, and original pocket doors, this home speaks to a time when expert craftsmanship was a source of pride in quality. From the beautifully adorned entryway, to the intricately laid hardwood floors; from the completely renovated bathrooms and kitchens, to the showroom-new, stainless steel appliances – it is clear that every detail has not only been considered, but embraced. 5 floors (including a complete basement), 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a private backyard is any New Yorker’s dream. With not one, but six fireplaces, this home easily drifts away from one’s dreams deferred into an attainable fantasy. Conveniently located just one block away from the A,B, and C subway stations, and flanked in all directions by delicious eateries like Lighthouse, Yatenga, and the incomparable Chéz Jacob, this home will continue to provide its inhabitants with opportune, trendy adventures around every corner!