My friend Gary, who with his partner, owns a 19′, renovated house, adjacent to Striver’s Row, sent me a link to this listing, an 18′ house in Hamilton Heights, currently in contract and last asking $3,250,000 (http://streeteasy.com/building/456-west-142-street-manhattan/house). The renovations do not appear to be as extensive as in his.
A quick search and review of Harlem houses that have sold for $3,000,000 or more in 2016 and 2017, or are presently in contract following asking prices at this level, indicated only 14 properties. Most of the prices cluster between $3 and $3.5, varying in width from 15 to 20 feet, and in the quality and age of their renovations.
There were three exceptions: including two newly and extensively renovated houses, a 20′ house on Astor Row (130th Street, contract signed, asking $3,775,000), and a nicely detailed, elegant, house on Hamilton Heights which sold for an eye-popping $4,650,000.
Below, Striver’s Row, where renovated houses can sell for over $3 million.