17 Commerce Street

Celebrities, Historic Homes, Recent Sales

17 commerce street, aaron burr, federal rowhouse, NYC historic houses

Back in 2016, a row house in the West Village that was once owned by third U.S. vice president and famous duel participant Aaron Burr arrived on the market for $5.75 million. The Federal-style brick home at 17 Commerce Street–a fittingly historic block consisting of land that Burr owned just north of his country estate during the turn of the 18th century–has finally sold, to American painter and printmaker Walton Ford, Mansion Global reports, for $4.8 million.

More history and a last look

Celebrities, Cool Listings, Historic Homes, West Village 

17 commerce street, aaron burr, federal rowhouse, NYC historic houses

It seems the hype of “Hamilton” the musical is having an affect on the real estate market. Just five months ago, the former East Village home of Alexander Hamilton, Jr. sold for $10 million, and now a rowhouse across town in the West Village that was once owned by Aaron Burr, who famously killed his father, is hitting the market for $5.75 million. The Post reports that the charming brick, Federal-style home at 17 Commerce Street sits on land that Burr owned just north of his country estate during the turn of the 18th century.

More history and a look through the house

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