17 st luke’s place

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After finding this incredible townhouse at 17 Saint Luke’s Place–one of 15 identical Italianate row houses built in the 1850s on land owned by the Trinity Church–in the New York Times real estate section 40+ years ago, legendary journalist Linda Ellerbee knew she had to have it, even though it was above her budget. “I bought the house 30 minutes after touring it,” she told LL NYC. “It was like every movie I had ever seen growing up about what it was like to live in Greenwich Village in a brownstone.” But now that her children are grown and she plans to spend most of her time in the Berkshires and Puerto Vallarta, she’s decided to list the well-renovated and well-preserved home for $10.75 million.

See what’s upstairs and downstairs

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