$6.95M historic West Village townhouse has a rooftop solarium with Freedom Tower views
In the middle of a lovely cobblestoned block in the coveted West Village, the five-story Federal-style townhouse at 334 West 12th Street was built in 1853, but its charms hold up against its neighbors in the Greenwich Village Historic District and beyond. Asking $6.95 million, the 20-foot-wide single-family townhouse has two entrances, five bedrooms, a rear garden that looks like something out of an Italian villa, a large south-facing terrace with views of the Freedom Tower, and its crowning jewel, a skylit solarium brimming with greenery.
Located on one of the neighborhood’s most charming townhouse streets, the home offers the grand ceiling heights and details–though the listing doesn’t show a lot of pictures–that make homes like this such treasures.
It’s the amazing outdoor spaces that make it special, including a heavenly planted solarium on the top floor; through a glass wall is a large rooftop terrace. The ground floor even offers two more outdoor spaces in the front and the back of the house.
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Images courtesy of Leslie J. Garfield Realty.