This $10.7M brick townhouse reflects the history and luxury of the surrounding West Village neighborhood

Posted On Thu, December 22, 2022 By

Posted On Thu, December 22, 2022 By In Cool Listings, West Village 

Photo courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Built in 1846, this move-in ready Greek Revival townhouse at 53 Jane Street, asking $10,725,000, is one among many graceful, classic brick homes on a pretty West Village street. Behind the original brick facade and stone stoop with cast iron railings, the home’s interiors are a contemporary showcase of newly-installed luxury, from the fully-appointed chef’s kitchen to the glazed rear wall overlooking the back patio. A one-bedroom garden-level apartment can be integrated into the triplex above, or used as a separate unit for income, guest quarters, or a home office.

The four-story, 19-foot-wide townhouse is comprised of an upper triplex and a garden flat. On the parlor level, the sun-filled living room features custom shelving and matte-finish wide-plank hardwood floors.

The custom kitchen is chef-ready with a six-burner Wolf range. It’s also ready for entertaining with a wine fridge and a four-seat center island. At the rear, a glass wall with sliding doors opens onto a deck, with a bluestone patio and garden below.

On the second level are two bedrooms, each with large walk-in closets. Each has a large, luxurious bath, and they share a laundry room and linen closet.

The third level is truly next-level. The entire floor is made up of the primary bedroom suite, with a huge private terrace just outside.

This regal chamber gets a dedicated closet-lined dressing area, which leads to a magnificent bath with a steam shower, Toto bidet toilet, and a soaking tub. Also present: a morning bar with a compact dishwasher and beverage drawer, custom shelving, and cabinetry.

Back downstairs on the garden level, a separate apartment can be accessed via an internal stair or an entrance beneath the stoop. This beautifully renovated apartment features a custom kitchen with Bosch, Wolf, and Fisher Paykel appliances. The adjacent living room opens onto a private patio and shared garden, complete with gas lines for grills. The front bedroom has two windows; a spacious en-suite bath offers a Toto bidet toilet. A mudroom and laundry add convenience to this pretty ground-floor flat.

In the cellar are a walk-in cedar closet and brand-new mechanicals. This historic West Village townhouse gives you plenty of options, all with the advantage of being situated on one of Manhattan’s most coveted streets.

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Kleopatra Phili]

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