Astor Row: The country homes of Harlem — Ephemeral New York

They aren’t the most opulent residences in the neighborhood; Harlem has brownstones and townhouses much more ornate and in better condition. But the 28 homes stretching from 130th Street between Fifth Avenue and Lenox Avenue—otherwise known as Astor Row, after the Astor estate, which developed them—have a unique rustic, rural charm. These semi-attached brick row […]

via Astor Row: The country homes of Harlem — Ephemeral New York

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