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190-year-old Federal townhouse on hidden Tribeca mews asks $5M

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The property is currently setup as two duplexes but can be converted into a single family home

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A charming, 190-year-old townhouse on Tribeca’s cobbled Harrison Street is now on the market for $4.995 million. The four-story Federal townhouse is currently set up as two duplexes, but can easily be converted into a single family home, according to the brokers on the property.

The house currently has three bedrooms and five bathrooms, though if the property were consolidated into a single-family home, the owner could probably create at least a few more bedrooms.

Inside, the townhouse features a lovely mix of exposed brick and wood, including the staircase that connects the upper two floors of the house. Some of the other standout features of this 3,080-square-foot home include the six wood-burning fireplaces and the large backyard on the ground floor.

The house last traded hands in 1977, and the broker on the property says it is rarely available on the market. It was built in the same year as the stunning Tribeca townhouse featured in our House Calls column earlier this week, and though this townhouse hasn’t received the type of makeover that one did, it’s still charming in its own right.