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This Is Just a Really Nice $12.75M West Village Townhouse

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There isn't too much to say about this 1899 three-story townhouse at 32 Grove Street in the West Village, other than this: it's great and we want it. The brokerbabble would be hyperbolic in almost any other case, but this house really does possess "an idyllic south-facing garden, anchored by a mature magnolia tree," "impeccably preserved architectural elements such as ornate plaster cornices, carved marble fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows & pocket doors with hand blown glass insets," "a picturesque kitchen with wood beams, weathered brick walls, striking wide plank floors," et cetera, et cetera. The house has been owned since 1982 by financial money-making guy Richard Grand-Jean, and was just put on the market for $12.75 million.

· Listing: 32 Grove Street [Sotheby's]