The cast of All My Children is picking itself up, bag and baggage, and relocating to Los Angeles to begin taping their show at the Andrita Studios in Glendale, CA in early January. This means that they must divest themselves of their real estate holdings in New York, especially if they plan to make the Los Angeles area their home from now on. One such AMC star who has opted to bid adieu to his NYC lifestyle is Cameron Mathison (Ryan), who has lived for the past five years in a trendy chic Harlem neighborhood on the upper, upper west side. He and his family have put their home on the market and if you've got the right price, you could buy it!
According to the real estate specs, the brownstone is a spectacular restoration of 20-foot wide townhouse on tranquil tree-lined west Harlem street. It is wider than the typical brownstone and boasts a romantic entertaining floor with home theater and library, and custom built-ins. It has a Mexican stone walkway leading to cascading waterfall garden, irrigation system, wood decking and fencing, love seats and bamboo planters plus so much more. It can even combine with next door shell for 37-foot wide floor plan.
Built in 1910, Mathison purchased the home in 2004 for $1,225,000 from a developer who gutted the structure and tricked it out with ultra modern touches. It doesn't have any of the old world charm of NYC brownstones - aside from the exposed brick walls -- rather it was built for today's tech savvy and media voracious family with 3,108 sq ft of living space, a romantic outdoor patio and a 90" automatic hi-def projector and screen.
The building next door is empty and owned by the same developer that sold Mathison his property. For a truly amazing west Harlem residence, purchasing the building next door as well and combining them could be done, making for that 37-foot wide property.
The Mathinson home has been on the market for 63 days. The asking price is $2,700,000. Halstead Properties is the listing agent. The shell next door to be purchased separately.
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