Morton Street–a five-block stretch between Bleecker and the Hudson River Greenway–is one of the best streets of the West Village. It’s full of great architecture and historic townhouses, like this one at 44 Morton. The Greek Revival townhouse, built in 1844 and now landmarked, sits at the “turn” in the middle of street as it approaches Seventh Avenue. (According to the Landmarks Preservation Commission, it’s the earliest house built on this side of the block.) The property has been broken up into four condos, and this one is asking $2.7 million. Once occupied by the Nobel Prize laureate Josef Brodsky, it was recently renovated into quite the charming three-and-a-half-bedroom pad.