A Charming Circa-1853 Greenwich Village Townhouse Wants $17.8M

Located just off Washington Square Park lies this rare beauty on one of Greenwich Village’s most historic blocks. Matching its locale, the townhouse was built in 1853 and has much history running through its walls. It is a perfect place for those seeking to live large in the Village, where you never know which celebrities might be your neighbors. Beautifully renovated, it is now asking $17.75 million.

For that price, you can bet there is plenty of space. You’ll find 4,600 square feet of above-grade interiors, a 975-square-foot cellar, and a delightful English-style garden. Throughout the five-story home, unique architecture and colorful decor create a charming atmosphere. There are five bedrooms and five bathrooms as well, so everyone can have their privacy. However, there are plenty of dashing living areas where you can enjoy each other’s company or entertain, especially in the dining room with enchanting French doors that open the sun-drenched terrace.

When venturing down into the garden, inspiring greenery surrounds you. The tranquil setting allows you to escape the buzzing city, all the while knowing that the best restaurants and boutiques are around the corner.

This Manhattan townhouse could surely win anyone over. If it’s not the garden, then the wine cellar, gallant billiard room with vaulted ceilings, wet bar, or lovely treetop views on the fourth floor will have you swooning. Mark Thomas Amadei and Jonathan Hettinger of Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage holds this listing.