Step inside this distinguished Harlem home located on a peaceful, quiet, tree lined block in the Mount Morris Park Historic District and feel enveloped by its warmth and charm. A landmarked townhouse, this property is an elegant five-floor one-family Neo-Grecian/Renaissance Revival built by Cleverdon and Putzel in 1897 and fully renovated by two of Harlem's most celebrated artists. Light pours in from high windows in this 6,600 sq. ft. 7 bedroom and 5.5 bathroom home, illuminating the craftsmanship of its nuanced living spaces. Delight in the excellent condition and outstanding quality of the period details including original woodwork, mirrors, and ornate stained glass. The Parlor floor features 12-foot ceilings and high windows giving it a sense of light and space to enjoy tranquil moments or formal get-togethers. Original fireplaces practically beg for armchair stories by the fire, and the mahogany and oak wainscoting and pocket doors provokes a sense of dignified, old-world comfort. Relish in the brick stone-paved exterior garden located off the kitchen and appreciate the sense of peaceful seclusion from the abundance of lush flora that reaches high to create a private retreat. Steps off of Fifth Avenue, Lenox Avenue and beyond takes you to unique storefronts, fabulous cafés and restaurants, and many parks, as well as iconic places, like the Apollo Theater, where artists and activists frequented who embodied the spirit of the “Harlem Renaissance.” This beautifully preserved, spacious home is a rare find in the heart of Harlem’s Mount Morris Park Historic District.