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Opportunities abound at 65 Horatio Street, a historic townhouse with Landmarks Preservation Commission approved plans in place by renowned architect Steven Harris. This is an incrediblyunique opportunity to own a three exposure townhouse with a side garden extension, south facing penthouse addition, all with nearly 34' of frontage on an A+ West Village block. Exhaustive efforts, energy and time to obtain LPC approval have already been invested, allowing the next owner to begin the construction process immediately.
This handsome south facing Greek Revival was originally built in 1845 and occupies a rare three exposure lot, providing the light of a corner property with privacy from the street. The thoughtfully developed plans allow potential to build up to 3,561 SF, including an elevated second floor garden and penthouse roof deck. The masterpiece of the architectural plans is a glass encased rooftop addition with a fireplace. The masterful plans also include a first floor extension, opening the building to a width coveted by townhouse enthusiasts, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and a full floor master suite.
One of the most sought after tree lined blocks in the West Village, Horatio Street has the quiet charm of a cobblestoned street while a mere two blocks from the Hudson River Greenway and immediately accessible to the prized conveniences of Downtown Manhattan.