Statement-Making Townhouse on Carrie Bradshaw’s Street Seeks $12M
Glide down the steps of 73 Perry Street in your Manolos and make like Carrie Bradshaw, the most fashionable resident of the block, (albeit fictional). This West Village, tree-lined street is acknowledged by NYC’s Landmarks Preservation Commission as “delightful and interesting” and was home to poet Kenneth Burke before becoming the setting for Carrie’s beautiful brownstone. For the first time in 50 years, there is an opportunity to own an exquisite 1868-built townhouse on this iconic street that retains historic architectural details while featuring modern conveniences.
Currently set up as the owner’s triplex with five rental apartments, this 4,425-square-foot home can be an investment property, or can easily be restored to its former single-family home status. Over 20 feet wide with a lush 900 square feet garden, there are eight fireplaces with gorgeous mantels, high ceilings, large windows and a full finished basement.
Looking back, it is a piece of New York history. Looking forward, it is a statement-making residence.
The home is listed for $11.995 million with Lise Lebeuf, Debra Kameros, and Susan Weiner of Compass.