A Rare $50M Mansion That’s Over 50-Feet Wide Lists in Greenwich Village

A Greenwich Village townhouse is a dream purchase for many buyers, and this massive gem at 11 West 10th Street in Greenwich Village is can spur a whole new real estate term: Mega-Townhouse. Dubbed the Milbank House, the unique property is a product of two townhouses combined in the 1880s by Architect Ernest Flagg. He turned 11 and 13th West 10th Street into one grand mansion, and now it is one of the most incredible residences in the city.

Offering 15,560-square-feet of interior space, 5,690-square-feet of outdoor space, and boasting a 54.5-foot wide facade, no one could accuse this home of being too modest. It has a total of 18 rooms, including seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and three-half bathrooms as well as enchanting private garden space.

Pristine from top to bottom, the mansion has gone through a detailed renovation, now featuring modern design and amenities. Spaces entertaining-minded buyers will love include a double-height library, a massive kitchen, a formal dining room that can seat over 25 guests, a 2,000-bottle wine room, an indoor gym, a home cinema, a staff suite, and a roof terrace with a greenhouse. The master suite offers a fireplace, walk-in closets and two bathrooms, and a new owner will always feel like an A-lister taking the elevator to each floor.

According to Brown Harris Stevens, the mansion was recorded to be purchased in 2008 for $49 million, and 11 years later it was purchased for $77.1 million. Both sales were record townhouse prices in their respective years. The property is currently listed with Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens.