What this newly built townhouse lacks in width, it makes up for in height (h/t CityRealty). Located on one of the historic area’s original cobblestoned streets, at 246 Front Street, the 12-foot-wide home has four stories, plus a basement and private roof terrace. In addition to its narrow frame, the house also stands out for its unique metal facade, made entirely of steel and zinc.
In total, the home spans 2,706 square feet. According to CityRealty data, the price of $1,848 per square foot is well above the Financial District average of $1,480.
The first floor is configured as a gallery/home office with an entertainment space.
The main living room, dining room, and kitchen are on the second floors, where there’s access to a private patio.
Two bedrooms are on the third floor, while the fourth floor holds the master suite, complete with a walk-in closet, windowed dressing room, and en-suite bathroom.
The roof terrace even has views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : South Street Seaport