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A townhouse at 11 Saint Luke’s Place, located between Seventh Avenue and Hudson Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, was sold in an all cash transaction valued at $9,050,000.

Originally built in 1852, this Italianate style townhouse currently contains two duplex units. The townhouse is approximately 4,506 square feet and sits on a 21’8” x 100’ lot and is located on one of the most desirable blocks in Manhattan. The property benefits from a garden, original detail, high ceilings and tremendous light.  The sale price equates to $2,008 per square foot.

“We believe this was record price for a gut renovation townhouse in the area,” said Massey Knakal Partner James P. Nelson who exclusively represented the seller. “This was the first sale on this coveted block in several years which helped drive the price well over the asking price,” Nelson added.

The buyer was represented by Meg Siegel at Sotheby’s.

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Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village