All showings (including open houses) are by appointment only. Located on a picturesque tree-lined block, 131 West 118th St is a unique 20-foot-wide townhouse built by architect Alfred H. Taylor, and developed by James E. Crawford in 1899. This Renaissance Revival townhouse is 20 feet wide and 68 feet deep with an additional extension across its four floors, boasting over 5,000sq ft. The building is an SRO without a CONH and two occupied units on the second floor. This is a classic townhouse on one of Harlem's most desirable blocks where many townhouse conversions have taken place. The property is conveniently situated in the heart of Central Harlem, providing close proximity to Morningside Park, Central Park, Columbia University, Whole Foods and Harlem Restaurant Row. The abundance of transportation options allows easy access to all the City has to offer.