About This Property
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SHELL BEING OFFERED AS IS FOR $1.3M
There are property owners and then there are property stewards. If you are among the latter, chances are you you own a piece of history.
415 East 140th Street is your chance to have a custom-made dream house and become a steward of one of New York City's most special properties.
Built in 1901 by renowned architect and builder William O'Gorman, this Flemish Renaissance home maintains many of its awe-inspiring original details.
From the whimsical to the dramatic, the facade of this house exudes both charm and gravitas.
On the parlor floor, the eyes are drawn to the carved terra cotta faces above the arched stained glass windows, to the massive lintel and pediment that frame the front door. Then, upwards to the pointed pediments on the second floor that frame the windows with stained glass detailing there. The carved ornamentation is repeated here too and the home is beautifully finished with a Flemish style, stepped gable at the roof.
The city's early history as a Dutch colony are evident in the architecture of the 11 homes that make up the historical district on this block.
Mott Haven itself is one of the most exciting neighborhoods in all of the city and currently undergoing a major real estate renaissance.
-Mott Haven East Historical District
-Over 4,3000 feet of interior space
-Currently a shell with new roof and reinforced steel floor and stairs.
-Approved plans for a 2 family dwelling
-5 bedroom 3 bathroom owner triplex
-2 bedroom 1 bathroom rental duplex