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Built in 1836, this 27.25’ wide Greek Revival townhouse is located directly across the street from Washington Square Park. The house is currently configured as seven fair market apartments, consisting of three floor through, two-bedrooms and four one-bedrooms. The house features Flemish bond brickwork, long French windows, and a high stoop with handsomely paneled double doors from a later period. The property benefits from tremendous light and soaring ceiling heights on the parlor and top floors. The top floor’s roof top terrace provides Empire State Building views and additional outdoor space. The house, which had been owned by the same family for half a century, is the first to come on the market on Washington Square Park in 10 years. With the longest lease running until September 2012, this could be the most spectacular single family conversion property in the neighborhood.

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Neighborhoods: Greenwich Village/ Agents: Michael DeCheser