Stately Greek Revival townhouse in Greenwich Village wants $11.9M

Apex
Visual LLC/Courtesy of Weichert Properties

The house has eight fireplaces and a ton of old-world
details

Charming homes abound in Greenwich Village, and this historic
Greek Revival house, which
just listed
for $11.89 million, is no exception.

The three-story, 3,608-square-foot townhouse is configured as a
three-family, but can be converted into single-family, the listing
says. It has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a large garden, a patio,
eight fireplaces (two on each floor), and fifteen closets.

It also has a ton of elegant details, including original stoop
and iron hand-railings in its exterior; and exposed brick, ceiling
wooden beams, an original fireplace mantle, and a chandelier in its
interiors. (One of the bathrooms also has colorful, floral bathroom
tiles.)

Located within the Greenwich Village
Historic District
, the home was built by John Hanrahan between
1847 and 1848, as part of a row of eight brick houses, according to
the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) designation
report
.

The property is located at
161 West 13th Street
, between Sixth and Seventh avenues, mere
steps from the 1, 2, and 3 trains at 14th Street and a walkable
distance to Union Square.

Taxes are $3,134/month. Eunice Turso and Stephanie Turso of
Weichert Properties have the listing.

 Jumanne/Courtesy
of Weichert Properties A dining area that looks towards the
garden. Jumanne/Courtesy
of Weichert Properties A living room area in the house’s parlor
floor. Jumanne/Courtesy
of Weichert Properties Some areas within the house include exposed
brick and wooden beams in its ceilings. Jumanne/Courtesy
of Weichert Properties One of the house’s kitchens with wood
cabinetry and exposed brick. Jumanne/Courtesy
of Weichert Properties The house’s garden.

Source: FS – NYC Real Estate
Stately Greek Revival townhouse in Greenwich Village wants .9M