Townhouse Report Created: Sunday, July 12, 2020 - Listings Shown: 4
78 Morton Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 175539
Price: $21,800,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 7,281
Nghbd: West Village
Garage: Yes
78 Morton Street is an exquisite 25' wide single-family mansion in the heart of the West Village. This former firehouse, now with a four-car garage, has been transformed into a 7,281 square foot architectural masterpiece. This five-story home exemplifies luxury, which is showcased throughout the home's grand living spaces as well as intricate craftsmanship. The ground floor has been precisely designed to accommodate a number of uses depending on the owner's personal interests. This home must be seen in person to be truly appreciated.
25 Bedford Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 20074596
Price: $5,500,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 3,600
Nghbd: Greenwich Village
Built in 1828, 25 Bedford Street is brick and cast iron townhouse available for the first time in over forty years. At 19.75' wide on a 75' deep lot, 25 Bedford Street presents a fantastic opportunity to own a three family, all FREE MARKET townhouse, on a tree lined street at the crossroads of the West Village, Greenwich Village and SoHo. Currently configured as an expansive owner's duplex and two additional income-producing units, this property can function as a live plus generous income, purely investment, or be converted into a luxurious, single-family townhouse. The owner's duplex is a 2,153 square foot four bedroom, three bathroom apartment occupying the first two stories of the building and includes an additional 1,000 square foot basement, currently used for storage. Anchored by a woodburning fireplace, the sprawling living room opens to a sunlit atrium, which functions as a separate dining area, and into the chef's kitchen. The bay windowed breakfast nook spreads into the serene garden facing an entire wall covered in ivy. This verdant refuge is complete with a water feature as well as brick and slate hardscape, creating an oasis in the center of downtown Manhattan. Also on the first level is a spacious bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and a multitude of closets. Three additional ample bedrooms and two spa-like full bathrooms, one outfitted with a large soaking tub, across the second story allow for a variety of configurations and include excellent storage space. On both the third and floor floors are charming, approximately 750 SF floor-through rental apartments under free market leases. The gross income generated from these rentals are approximately $102,000 per annum. This type of flexibility and charm in such an enviable location are rarely available. Only one block to the 1 train and around the corner from neighborhood staples Jack's Wife Freda, Bar Pitti and Charlie Bird.
226 East 62nd Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 18721585
Price: $5,000,000
Floors: 3
Approx Sq Ft: 1,500
Sect: Upper East Side
An exciting opportunity awaits those seeking a townhome on one of the most charming, tree-lined landmarked streets on the East side.This 20' wide townhouse is located in the Historic Treadwell Farm District, a sanctuary of four city blocks comprised of three, four and five story homes each with its own beautiful garden.

226 East 62nd is a classic house designed by architect William Morris Hunt and built in the mid 1800's. The property has been divided into two two-bedroom duplex apartments and can be easily combined to a single-family house once again. The lower duplex is entered at street level, and offers a large, windowed, eat-in kitchen, half bath, open dining room and a very gracious 18'x25' sun filled southern living room with a wood burning fireplace that leads to an enormous 20'x39' south garden. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a large bathroom and a luxurious windowed dressing room. There is also an expansive second bedroom and bath on this floor of the garden duplex.

The Upper Duplex's first floor has a generous living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a setback 18' x 10' terrace overlooking the charming gardens of all the Treadwell's Farm buildings. A large dining room and a windowed kitchen complete the floor. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one with stunning wood paneling and a wood-burning fireplace and two baths - both with skylights allowing for plenty of natural light. Completing the floor is a windowed laundry and storage room, easily transitioned to a third bedroom. The house has four wood-burning fireplaces each with a beautiful antique mantle.

Additional air rights are available to build either into the garden or possibly a setback room and terrace on top of the upper duplex.
180 East 95th Street   (Click address for more details)
Listing #: 650107
Price: $4,850,000
Floors: 4
Approx Sq Ft: 3,780
Sect: Upper East Side
**Please contact us for a link to a 3D home tour. This property is currently unoccupied and we are able to do video homes tours on a case-by-case basis. ** THE GARDENS OF HELLGATE HILL: THE HISTORY Nearby on the corner of Park Avenue and 94th Street, German brewing tycoon George Ehret built an imposing Italianate brownstone mansion at 1197 Park Avenue in 1878, positioned near to his Hell Gate Brewery on Third Avenue between 93rd and 92nd Street from which Hellgate Hill derives its name. The mansion was torn down in 1928 to make way for a cooperative, but Hellgate Hill lives on, situated within Carnegie Hill, one of Manhattan's most sought-after neighborhoods. Feeling more like a village nestled amid the busy city, the Carnegie Hill neighborhood provides modern conveniences of everyday living; the finest schools, shops, museums and parks all amid some of the most beautiful tree-lined blocks in the city. Multiple neighborhood and block associations work tirelessly to preserve the beauty and safety of this treasured neighborhood. THE HOUSE Few townhouse blocks in New York are fortunate enough to be characterized by incredible trees, low garden walls, elegant rear facades and contiguous 50-foot-deep gardens which run house to house as they do on this incredible block of Hellgate Hill. From 94th to 95th, from Lexington to Third Avenues, this collection of 24 townhouses 12 on each block enjoy superb sunlight, bucolic surroundings, privacy, and offer a calm retreat for each townhouse owner. Standing 18.75 feet wide on a 100-foot-deep lot, with approximately 3,780 sf on four levels (not including the basement), this house has five bedrooms and is in wonderful condition. Built 45 feet deep, 180 East 95th Street is located outside all historic districts, offering the opportunity to create a larger residence on one of the Upper East Side's finest blocks.
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