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13 W 129th St

Central Harlem, Manhattan, NY 10027

Lenox Avenue & Fifth Avenue
Units 4
Stories 4
Built In 1910

Building Information

Building Name: N/A
Property Type: Rental property
Building Type: Townhouse
Pet Policy: No Pets
Units: 4
Stories: 4
Built In: 1910
Sale Listings: 0
Rental Listings: 0
Land Lease: N/A

Building Amenities

Walk-up Walk Up Voice Intercom Townhouse

Building Description

The Morse Carriage House Richard Morse nephew to Samuel Morse, the inventor of the telegraph, and editor of The New York Observer found great comfort in his home at 13 West 129th Street. He moved from his Flatiron home on 23rd street to upgrade his space, his neighborhood, and his life. He was enthralled with endless space in residence so exquisite. He was soon joined by many guests who loved to stay at his townhome maybe a little more than he did. And who wouldn't ? Richard Morse recalls: “The two guest room were kept ready for use at a moment's warning and were seldom empty. Friends from all parts of the world were welcomed to them. More than once the housekeeper returned after a short absence to find both rooms occupied.” 100 years later the same rings true, people are moving to Harlem to upgrade on their space and their neighborhood. Private homes at the “Morse Carriage House” are in the center of everything, one stop to Columbus Circle on the A train, 15 minutes to Midtown on the 2,3 express trains. Within walking distance is H&M, Starbucks, Staples, CVS, Duane Reade and Planet Fitness. The rental homes are drenched with sunlight, massive, space and original detail. Find out how original detail meets modern day opulence in these unique loft homes located in the center of it all. Transportation: 2,3,4,5,6,A,B,C,B,D Description provided by "Matthew Hars":

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