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East Village townhouse designed by St. Patrick’s Cathedral architect want $7.9M

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The home’s interiors have been renovated over time but you’ll still find a few classic details in place

Douglas Elliman.

The distinguished East Village townhouse designed by renowned 19th-century architect James Renwick, Jr.— the man responsible for buildings like the St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian Institution Building— is back with another price chop.

The stunning four-story home, located at 114 East 10th Street has spent a great deal of time on and off the market over the past decade. It first sold back 2005 for a mere $3.32 million before returning in 2009 with an asking price of nearly $7 million and a brand new renovation. Since 2010, it’s disappeared and remerged from the market several times with price tags fluctuating between $5.95 million to as much as $8.5 million. This time around, the home is looking to sell for $7.875 million.

The home is a beauty that offers six bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms spread across a whopping seven floors. It has retained some of its original details like its decorative fireplaces but much of the space has been revamped to feature an open-concept floorplan with stylish and sleek finishes that include new hardwood floors, elegant wallpaper, sleek kitchens, and large windows throughout that welcome in loads of sunshine. Other perks include a finished basement, a laundry room, and a large skylight on the sixth floor.

When it comes to outdoor space, there is plenty of it available. You get a landscaped patio, a third floor balcony, and a huge roof deck that’s complete with a sauna and an outdoor shower.