And so begins a new Tuesday tradition: A look at a new-to-market townhouse that is rocking our world. Today: To the East Village!
On one of the townhousiest blocks in Manhattan, there's a new entry on the market: 114 East 10th Street. The six-floor, 6BR, 4.5BA house dates from 1861, but a recent gut renovation has brought in some exciting modern features, including a video intercom system and gold mosaic tile (not to mention the ubiquitous-of-late zebra rug). Currently asking $6.995 million, it last sold in 2005 for $3.32 million. Has the renovation raised the property's value by $3 million-plus? If not, hopefully it comes with the tiny violin to console you as the market declines.
· Listing: 114 East 10th Street [Sotheby's]
· 114 East 10th Street [StreetEasy]