Harlem townhouse gem renovated on beautiful prime tree lined street; delivered vacant. 26 East 126th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues is an exceptional four-story townhouse built in 1909 and almost 19 feet wide with approximately 3,750 square feet of interior space, 1,110 square feet of garden and deck space and an 855 square foot basement. Currently configured as a triplex 4 bedroom on the parlor, 3rd and 4th floors and a 1 bedroom 1 bath on the garden level delivered vacant. The home can easily be converted to a single family. On a quiet tree lined block, the home is an elegant example of Italianate architecture. You are immediately impressed by the grand arched doorways, high parlor floor ceilings, hardwood plank floors, vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, classic crown moldings, baseboards and recessed lighting. On the parlor floor there is a quiet front sitting room and upgraded kitchen with new appliances. The large living/dining room is perfect for entertaining with 2 large doors that lead to a sizable deck overlooking the lovely and quiet private garden and patio accessed by stairs from the deck. Some original details have been restored along with a powder room on the parlor floor. The 3rd floor master suite has a very large quiet south bedroom, full bath with double sink, shower and a deep soaking tub. The master suite also includes a sitting room, lots of storage, a huge walk-in closet and a washer and dryer complete the suite. The 4th floor has 3 generous bedrooms and a full bath. A large skylight allows for a tremendous amount of light making the top floor bright and open. There is a hatch for access to the roof. Through a separate gate and patio is the entrance to the garden level comprised of a large bedroom, full bath, coat closet and a large kitchen with new appliances open to the generous living/dining room with access to the lovely patio and garden. This beautiful home offers all new through the wall air-conditioners, plenty of storage/office space and connections for a laundry room in the basement. The home is conveniently located minutes to the 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6, Metro North, parks, restaurants, theaters, shopping and nightlife, including the Apollo Theater and jazz clubs. Nearby Marcus Garvey Park is host to many art, culture and family offerings, a public pool, lawns and playgrounds. The area is buzzing with restaurants Red Rooster, Chez Lucienne, Settepani, I Piatti d'Oro, Corner Social, to name a few. As part of the continuing redevelopment of Harlem, the nearly 100-year-old Victorian Theater on 125th Street will be incorporated into a residential-hotel hybrid and reimagined as a new, yet-to-be-determined arts and culture venue. The theater building will continue to maintain its entrance on West 125th Street between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, and the hotel portion will front on West 126th Street.