$6.95M historic West Village townhouse has a rooftop solarium with Freedom Tower views

Posted On Thu, January 4, 2018 By

Posted On Thu, January 4, 2018 By In Cool Listings, Historic Homes, West Village 

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.

[Listing: 334 West 12th Street by Matthew Pravda and Christopher L. Riccio for Leslie J. Garfield]


Images courtesy of Leslie J. Garfield Realty.

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Neighborhoods : West Village



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