This 1836 Greek Revival townhouse at 150 West 11th Street in the West Village received an extensive renovation that updated the home for modern living but considered every historic detail, using traditional methods and quality materials to the sum of an $11.5 million asking price. In addition to these picture-perfect interiors, the three-bedroom home boasts a yard that incorporates the neighborhood’s historic charm.
Details include antique brick, wide-plank cherry hardwood floors, and historically correct new ironwork. Bespoke millwork and hardware includes items from the P.E. Guerin foundry in the West Village. The home has five working fireplaces with period marble mantels.
A custom cherry wood-paneled kitchen opens into a similarly paneled dining room. The aforementioned private garden looks, as the listing tells us, reminiscent of a European villa.
On the top floor, an open master suite includes a spacious bathroom with custom millwork and marble and a gas fireplace. The home also has a finished basement that houses laundry and custom storage cabinets.
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Images courtesy of Leslie J. Garfield.
Neighborhoods : West Village