In an especially photogenic corner of the uber-desirable West Village where Hudson Street meets Jane Street, this classic townhouse at 613 Hudson Street boasts direct views of Abingdon Square Park. Asking $5.45 million, this 20-foot-wide four-and-a-half story home has elegant historic details befitting an 1842 townhouse and stylish modern updates to the kitchen and baths. It also has commercial zoning–something most townhomes don’t offer–for added options.
Built in 1842 by architect Edmund Hurry in the Greek Revival style, the house has seen some considered design choices from wide plank flooring to built-in sound.
Throughout are period details like original molding, but modern perks like central air conditioning and a renovated kitchen make the home move-in ready.
This single-family townhouse-with-benefits is currently set up to offer three bedrooms and a sleeping loft.
On the cozy garden floor, terra-cotta tiles add plenty of warmth and make cleaning up easy.
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Images courtesy of Leslie J. Garfield.
Neighborhoods : West Village