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Renovated Greenwich Village Townhouse Returns, Wants $20M

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With an ask of $20 million, the townhouse at 24 West 11th Street is only about half as pricey as the neighborhood's brand-spankin'-new record setter, but $20 million is still not a small number. The townhouse between Fifth and Sixth avenues most recently sold for $12.2 million in 2009 on the heels of a major renovation that brought the townhouse a glass wall overlooking the backyard, an elevator, a 1,000-bottle-wine cellar and a virtual doorman. The townhouse's new listing doesn't mention the concierge service and on-call super that formerly came along with it in a weird condo-like package deal, but the space still sounds and looks pretty stunning, although unchanged.

According to the listing, the townhouse comes along with a few fancy details, including

· A custom White Oak-paneled elevator
· Three limestone-clad wood-bringing fireplaces
· A custom white oak and steel staircase
· A parlor wet bar
· A casement-style glass curtain wall overlooking the garden
· Roofline skylights

It also fits four bedrooms, four en-suite bathrooms, and two half-baths into its nearly 6,300 square feet.
· Listing: 24 West 11th Street [Corcoran via StreetEasy]
· On the Market: Village Townhouse Has That Condo Feeling [Curbed]
· All 24 West 11th Street coverage [Curbed]