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After opulent renovation, 19th-century Greenwich Village townhouse wants $28M

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The Greek Revival home has gotten plenty of upgrades over the years

It wasn’t so long ago that 109 Waverly Place, a 19th-century townhouse near Washington Square Park, was on the market for a mere $19 million. But seven years and one sale later, it’s returned—and this time, it’s asking $28 million.

The townhouse got a gut renovation by the Turett Collaborative (the same firm behind Tribeca’s “Our Suburb” megamansion) back in the day, and its current owner made a few more additions. Those include a roof deck with a hot tub, and a kitted-out basement with a skylit indoor pool, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported the sale.

That may explain the price jump, along with the general upward trend in townhouse prices over the past decade; there are ten townhouses alone in Greenwich Village and the West Village that are asking $20 million or higher.

In any case, this particular home also comes with a whole slew of features that would add up to a super-high price tag: eight bedrooms, six bathrooms (plus half baths), a garden and a balcony in addition to the roof deck, a wine cellar, smart home technology, a sculptural staircase, an art studio, and a wall o’windows on the back of the home. And really, that’s just the beginning.