Prewar Townhouse Built 1835 in
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Create your own single-family dream house with a private backyard, rooftop, and over 9,000 square feet. Welcome to this unique multifamily townhouse situated on a beautiful block within a row of classic, single-family townhouses.
436 West 20th Street is perfectly poised across from the landscaped gardens of the General Theological Seminary and the convenience of the Highline Park, Hudson River Park, Chelsea Piers, and Chelsea market. Originally built in 1835, this 25'-wide townhouse is filled with old-world numerous architectural details including decorative moldings, mahogany doors, original mantels, and wide-planked pine floors.
The current five-unit configuration provides a worthy live-plus income opportunity. This home is comprised of a garden unit that can be used as part of your single-family design or rented out as an income producing unit. The remaining large four units range with soaring 10 -15' foot ceiling heights and can be designed into a marvelous grand single-family home. The building has undergone improvements such as a hydraulic elevator, central air conditioning, oversized skylight, and a fully upgraded electrical and plumbing systems.