Federal-style New York townhouse for sale for £3.982 million; the West Village was previously the Home of the Sons and Daughters of Israel
A 2,212 square foot townhouse dating to 1833 on sale in New York comes with quite a history. Built in the Federal-style by a cartman named John C. Blauvelt, the property subsequently became the Home of the Sons and Daughters of Israel – a “home for aged male and female Hebrews” – in 1913 and was then converted to two residences in 1951.
Reduced in price from £4.772 million ($5.975 million, €5.630 million or درهم21.946 million) to £3.982 million ($4.986 million, €4.698 million or درهم18.313 million), 232 West 10th Street in West Village, Manhattan currently remains as two units and comprises of 3 reception rooms, 2 kitchens, 2 offices, 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. It could, however, easily be reconfigured back into a family home and comes with both a terrace and garden.
The house is offered by the Farah team at Compass Realty and is described as “a renovator’s dream”.
It has potential to be quite beautiful. I loved reading the history link you used but boy wasn’t the fate of the woman mauled by the dog gruesome!
The current layout is terrible but it could easily be improved.
Quirky and charming.
So a building in the shape of a square box is a federal-style townhouse is it? I didn’t know that. NYC is great place to live, but £3.982 !! It’s a beauty i would love own it, but can’t you drop the price more say by £1.5 million then i might think about buying it.