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West Village Italianate Townhouse Seeks $12.25 Million

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[All photos via StreetEasy]

This townhouse at 208 West 11th Street was built in 1910 in the Italianate style, but the house today bears little resemblance to that 19th-century architectural style except for the four wood-burning fireplaces it maintains. Apart from that, the four-floor townhouse features three bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a patio garden. The showpiece of the townhouse's kitchen is its large black marble countertop, from which one can overlook the patio. The living room stands out for its stark white walls balanced by the wooden floors and furniture, and the grey and green couches. The house has been home to notable residents in the past as well, like former Deutsche Bank director David Beaconsfield, and Haute Hippie founder, Trish Wescoat-Pound and her husband Jesse Cole. The asking price: $12.25 Million.

· Listing: 208 West 11th Street [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· Tuesday Townhouse archives [Curbed]