The very first Tuesday Townhouse to ever grace the Curbed canon, this 5BR/4.5BA red-brick beauty on East 10th Street just hopped back on the market. The 1861-built home, between Second and Third avenues, was renovated before it listed in 2009 asking a whopping $6.995M, having last sold four years prior for $3.32 million. It ended up selling for $5 million in cash a year later, in 2010, and now that buyer has waited out four more years to offer it up for sale againthis time for $7,500,000. That means potential for a 50 percent profit. The home comes with a garden unit for renting out or "staff," plus the rooftop boasts a sauna and outdoor shower. Will the East Village home evade the PriceChopper this time around?
· Listing: 114 East 10th Street [Elliman via StreetEasy]
· Tuesday Townhouse: Asking Double on East 10th Street [Curbed]
· Renovated East Village House Doesn't Meet High Pricing Hopes [Curbed]
· All 114 East 10th Street coverage [Curbed]
· Tuesday Townhouse archive [Curbed]