Photo credit: Scott Wintrow / Gross & Daley for Sotheby’s International Realty
Asking $5,595,000, this circa 1890 single-family brownstone at 340 West 84th Street is on the market for the first time in over half a century. The Romanesque Revival townhouse, designed by architect Joseph H. Taft, sits among a row of nine homes built together in the Riverside-West End Historic District. If you feel the home’s 18-foot width isn’t sufficient, its neighbors at 342 and 344 are also for sale.
Step into the 1890s on the Upper West Side