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On "Author's Row" in the West Village, a 97-year-old townhouse for $7.7M

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The four-story home comes with five bedrooms, and three-and-a-half bathrooms

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Located near the corner of Hudson and Jane Streets in the West Village, this charming four-story townhouse is now on the market for $7.695 million. The spacious townhouse features five bedrooms, and three-and-a-half bathrooms, and measures 2,850 square feet.

A stoop with wrought-iron railings leads to the parlor level of the home, which features 10-foot-tall ceilings, dark wood floors, and a wood-burning fireplace. Also on this floor are a minimalist, wood-paneled kitchen with an adjacent dining area. The kitchen is fitted with Miele and Sub Zero appliances. The townhouse’s garden is down a flight of stairs past the kitchen and features “a water wall that lends a spa like ambiance,” to the backyard.

The master bedroom is located on the second floor, and comes with a massive walk-in closet. An additional bedroom is also located on the floor, overlooking Jane Street. Two other bedrooms take up the top floor, and one of them has access to a large outdoor terrace. The townhouse also comes with a Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved rooftop addition, should a new buyer choose to expand.

At present, the garden level of the house is set up as its own unit, and can continue to do so, unless a new owner wishes to convert this into a single-family mansion, which wouldn’t be uncommon for the West Village. The townhouse is located on the West Village’s “Author’s Row,” according to the brokerbabble—a reference to all the well-known writers who lived in this general area.