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Village House Designed By Carnegie Hall's Architect Asks $9M

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A lovely, albeit pared-down townhouse nestled into the West Village between 11th and Bank streets is looking for a new owner—still. The 1888-built townhouse has been on and off the market since 2009, when it first appeared asking $7.8 million. A few relistings later, the townhouse is back asking $8.75 million. The townhouse may be of note to some who remember Stanley William Hayter, a printmaker in the 1950s who worked from the property at 245 Waverly Street. Another neat fact: the townhouse was designed by William Burnet Tuthill, the architect of Carnegie Hall, and is one of only three townhouses of his design remaining in Manhattan.

· Listing: 245 Waverly Place [LJG]
· Tuesday Townhouse archives [Curbed]