The West Village is known for its idyllic charm, and this three-story townhouse is no exception: the place is drowning in adorable original details, and, like everything else in the West Village, it’s priced accordingly at $4.986 million. That’s a significant price cut from when it first hit the market last summer, asking $6 million.
The 1833 townhouse is still billed as a “renovator’s dream,” and is still configured with a garden rental on the first floor (delivered vacant), with the owner’s residence spanning the upper two floors. The basement, for now, is set up as an office space. If you’re in the market for a project, the listing promises the home has the potential to offer four levels of indoor living space, and outdoor living spaces on “at least two.”
The home features six fireplaces, original wide-plank floors, beamed ceilings, a picturesque terrace off the third-floor bedroom, and a mossy garden patio offering. Right now, the home has a quaint country-chic vibe going on, but, like the layout, that’s all subject to change.