It's been quite a week for lovely (and expensive) Greenwich Village townhouses: First there was the $26 million house with a rooftop atelier; then, there was a West 10th Street mansion, with the 450-square-foot bathroom, asking $35 million. And now, there's this townhouse on West 9th Street, which is relatively less expensive—it only wants $19.5 million—but just as impressive as its pricier counterparts. (It last sold in 2010 for $12 million.)
The house, which is 25 feet wide and 45 feet deep, has five bedrooms spread out over its five stories (no square footage is given, but it's safe to assume that this place is enormus). It's also a part of the Greenwich Village Historic District: The Greek Revival-style house was built in 1839, and though it's been gut-renovated, the exterior remains lovely and well-preserved. The house also has a lovely back garden and a skylight that lets plenty of light into the space.
Check out more photos of the house below:
- Listing: 60 West 9th Street [Corcoran]