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Charming Kips Bay townhouse with 19th-century details wants $4.3M

The four-story townhouse has lovely window shutters on its East 31st-fronting side

Via Corcoran

In the heart of Kips Bay, a charming red brick townhouse on East 31st Street is now on the market for $4.3 million. The four-story townhouse has four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and a brick-tiled garden on the ground floor.

This 19th century home opens up, via a stoop, into the garden level, which has a media room, a guest room, and access to the garden. Up a flight of stairs, you notice that the house has retained many of its original details in the living and dining rooms, including fireplaces, hardwood floors, and the wood pocket doors.

Some of the modern additions to the home include the state-of-the-art appliances in the kitchen, also on the second floor, and a central A/C system.

The master suite takes up the entire third floor and includes a large dressing room, and a separate walk-in closet. Two additional bedrooms are located on the top floor, though one of them has currently been setup as a study.

The townhouse is located between Second and Third Avenues, and is just around the corner from the neighborhood’s Trader Joe’s.