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19th-century West Village townhouse with 6 fireplaces seeks $5.95M

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The home is configured as a multi-family residence but can become a single-family abode

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A 19th-century West Village townhouse along West 10th Street has recently hit the market, asking $5.95 million. The home, currently set up as a multi-family residence, dates back to 1899 and spans nearly 2,700 square feet.

The townhouse has four levels, three bedrooms, and three bathrooms, along with plenty of original details like wide plank wood floors, six wood-burning fireplaces, beamed ceilings, and brick walls.

The parlor floor gives way to a cozy living room, a kitchen, a bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, a deck, and access to the backyard. There is another living room located on the second level, along with a second kitchen, a den, and a full bathroom. The third level accommodates the master suite, along with a balcony, while the English basement offers an open space that can be configured to one’s desires.

Per the listing description, the townhouse includes air rights, which are subject to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.