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New to Market: Opportunity to design your dream home in prime West Village!
Bring your architect and create the ultimate in townhouse living on a charming West 4th Street block. The incredible proportions of this Italianate style townhouse allow for a true masterpiece. Built in 1870 for Henry Maibrun by Linus Scudder, builder, using the plans of Robert Mook, architect, this home is a timeless beauty. Fast forward 149 years to today and the old meets the new. Envision this: the proposed single family floor plan includes approximately 3,595 square feet, four bedrooms, and 4.5 baths. High ceilings are throughout spanning over twelve feet on the parlor floor. Original details include moldings, rosettes, and seven fireplaces with mantles. Walk through this residence and you will immediately notice the light and classic village views. The oversized windows, a quintessential Italianate feature, are also recognizable from the outside with the windowsills supported by corbeled blocks and with sheetmetal cornices covering the stone lintels. The modillioned roof cornice with paired console brackets at each end is also a nod to the architectural genre. Multiple outdoor spaces include a garden as well as a possible roof terrace overlooking the village and New York City skyline. Currently configured as four units, this is a great investment opportunity with potential to convert to single family, live with income, or rent out all four units. House will be delivered demoed. Contact us to schedule a private viewing.