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Built circa 1886 by the eminent architect C.P.H. Gilbert, 136 Manhattan Avenue is an historic Queen Anne style townhouse. The owners have created a renovated beautiful and warm single family home ready for a new family. This 5 story, 17 foot wide historic townhome was meticulously renovated in 2011. It is currently configured as four bedrooms, a library which could be another bedroom, four and a half baths, and a roomy penthouse. The entire house has gorgeous floor to ceiling windows letting in abundant light everywhere along with a skylight between the 4th and 5th floors. Oak floors and recessed lighting are throughout the home. The Garden Level has a 2nd entrance under the stoop. There is a bedroom, full bath and kitchenette which can function as a fully separate guest suite. The lovely formal dining room looks out to an east facing decked garden (one of two delightful outdoor spaces).The main entrance is up the stoop to the Parlor Level featuring a gracious living room with a working fireplace and 10 foot ceilings. The living room is open to a very bright expansive chef's kitchen with designer cabinetry and top of the line Viking appliances. The Third Floor consists of a primary bedroom suite and spacious library and a working fireplace. There is a large and luxurious connecting bathroom with double vanities and a separate shower and bath. Additionally, two walls of generously laid out closets complete this space. The very sunny Fourth floor consists of two secondary well-proportioned bedrooms with one full bathroom. The washer/dryer (Bosch) is conveniently located on this floor. The spacious, 260 square foot Penthouse floor, which currently serves as a family TV room, opens onto a sun-drenched roof deck with 270 degree views of the city and is the perfect place for a sunset cocktail. With its additional full bath, the penthouse also serves as a guest bedroom, and could become another bedroom, exercise room, or room of your choice.