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Gut-renovated 19th-century Greenwich Village townhouse gets a price chop

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The 185-year-old home is all spiffed up on the inside

Courtesy Zoe Wetherall/Leslie J. Garfield

A pristine, five-story Greenwich Village townhouse on Washington Place, just a block away from Washington Square Park, is now on the market for $11 million. The Federal-style townhouse measures 3,800 square feet and comes with four bedrooms, and two-and-a-half bathrooms.

If the place looks familiar, that’s because it is: This particular townhouse has been on and off the market for close to a decade, with only brief periods where someone has actually settled on the place. It got a top-to-bottom renovation in 2008 courtesy of ANDArchitects, which brought in many of the modern elements—a media room, a rooftop deck made from ipe, a sleek marble-covered bathroom—found there today.

Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall

It last sold back in 2015 for $11 million, and was listed as recently as January for a slightly higher price tag of $12.5 million. Apparently, the owners realized that price might not work out (since, you know, it hadn’t in the past), and chopped it down to its current $11 million.

For that price, one very lucky (and wealthy) buyer would get just four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, some original ornamentation (fireplace mantels and … doorknobs, apparently), and a slew of extravagant features: an Instagram-worthy chef’s kitchen, a full-floor master suite, a roof terrace, and a lovely little back patio.

Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall
Zoe Wetherall

112 Washington Place

112 Washington Place, New York, NY