232 West 10th Street

Cool Listings, Historic Homes, Interiors, West Village 

232 west 10th street, townhouse, west village

232 West 10th Street is a brick townhouse in the West Village, constructed way back in 1833. The builder was John C. Blauvelt, who was earning a living as a cartman and built his home “typical of the Federal-style homes being built at the time” according to Daytonian in Manhattan. All these years later the brick facade has remained remarkably in tact. And now that it’s on the market, asking nearly $6 million, we can take a peek inside the well-preserved interior, too.

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