127 East 10th Street, New York, New York, 10003

127 East 10th Street
New York NY 10003

Cross street:Third Avenue

Building

Type:Low-rise
Era:Post-war
Floors:5

Property

Ownership: Income Property
Rooms: 16
Bedrooms: 8 BR
Bathrooms: 8

Financials

Price: $12,750,000
594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
Courtesy of Garfield, Leslie J. & Co., Inc.

Description

This incredible and enormous Greek Revival style townhome and is ready for your architect to transform it into a splendid and luxurious mansion. Standing where the home of Governor Peter Stuyvesant was located and now part of the St. Mark's Historic District, 127 East 10th Street is an illustrious piece of New York City real estate history. Located on the finest tree-lined townhouse block in the East Village, across from the Renwick Triangle, this grand townhouse will be delivered vacant and is nearly 6,300 square feet with potential for additional buildable square footage. As is, it will be the largest single family townhome on the block. Standing five stories tall and 23 feet wide, this stately townhome is built 54 feet deep on a 100 feet lot. Features include grand ceiling heights, a 46 feet deep secluded private landscaped garden surrounded by townhouses on each side, and original details including stunning crown moldings, an original banister, and beautiful pocket doors with hand cut glass panels. Close to Union Square and Greenwich Village, this home is in one of New York City's most vibrant and desirable neighborhoods and is surrounded by countless boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Several renowned schools are in walking distance. This grand and stately townhouse is a rare and unique property perfectly suited for both single-family purchasers and investors alike.

Amenities

Garden;

  • Private Garden
  • Washer Dryer
  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Garden
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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This incredible and enormous Greek Revival style townhome and is ready for your architect to transform it into a splendid and luxurious mansion.

Description

This incredible and enormous Greek Revival style townhome and is ready for your architect to transform it into a splendid and luxurious mansion. Standing where the home of Governor Peter Stuyvesant was located and now part of the St. Mark's Historic District, 127 East 10th Street is an illustrious piece of New York City real estate history. Located on the finest tree-lined townhouse block in the East Village, across from the Renwick Triangle, this grand townhouse will be delivered vacant and is nearly 6,300 square feet with potential for additional buildable square footage. As is, it will be the largest single family townhome on the block. Standing five stories tall and 23 feet wide, this stately townhome is built 54 feet deep on a 100 feet lot. Features include grand ceiling heights, a 46 feet deep secluded private landscaped garden surrounded by townhouses on each side, and original details including stunning crown moldings, an original banister, and beautiful pocket doors with hand cut glass panels. Close to Union Square and Greenwich Village, this home is in one of New York City's most vibrant and desirable neighborhoods and is surrounded by countless boutiques, restaurants and cafes. Several renowned schools are in walking distance. This grand and stately townhouse is a rare and unique property perfectly suited for both single-family purchasers and investors alike.

Amenities

Garden;

  • Private Garden
  • Washer Dryer
  • Washer Dryer Hookups
  • Garden
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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