Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Your chance to buy two historic townhouses on East 10th Street -- or create Central Village's first single-family mansion!

It's easy to like the tree-lined 10th Street between Second Avenue and Third Avenue -- right in the heart of the St. Mark's Historic District... oh those handsome single-family Anglo-Italianate townhouses!

And now not one but TWO of them can be yours...



...for $12.9 million... both 123 E. 10th St. and 125 E. 10th St. are on the market. (The owner had been selling them. Now Leslie Garfield & Co. is doing the honors... A little description...

Located on a serene tree-lined residential street in the heart of the St. Mark’s Historic District, this pair of exceptionally handsome single-family Anglo-Italianate townhouses [Oh, there's where I picked up that term earlier!], rises four stories above rusticated stone “English basements.” The front parlor windows extend to the floor and open onto an ornamental cast-iron balcony that runs across the twin buildings’ brick façade, unchanged since built in 1854. Pass through the round-arch entryway of each house and you are in a world apart. Each is light and airy with beautifully detailed moldings and mantelpieces; there is a total of eighteen (18) fireplaces and in the rear, a shared idyllic garden. Bring your architect to create the Central Village’s first 28’-wide single-family mansion. Also available individually for $6,475,000 each.






8 comments:

Goggla said...

I got all excited about this until I realized that even if each person in NYC gave me $1, it still wouldn't be enough...

Melanie said...

Off subject-so what if I don't have 12 mil--I found another hardworking cat on 2nd Avenue near the theater. See my second blog http://melaniemusings2.wordpress.com
he's black and white and cute as can be---

Anonymous said...

This broker is a moron! Can't a Broker of a 12 Million + TH fucking write a description without an error?

Does this broker freelance for the NY POST?

Each is light and airy with beautifully detailed moldings and mantelpieces; there is a total of eighteen (18) fireplaces and in the rear, a shared idyllic garden.

IS DERE 12 FIREPLACE? IDiot!

Anonymous said...

So 10th between 2nd and 3rd Aves. is now the Central Village? Where have I been that I missed the news?

Anonymous said...

Given I live a few blocks due south of here -- I guess I live in South Central Village.

Eden Bee said...

That garden needs a waterfall..and I have to pee. Any suggestions?

EV Grieve said...

Yes! Call the realtor!

Anonymous said...

A multimillion $$$ listing photographed with cheap camera a flash reflection in the window? Really? I've seen crime scene photos that were more professional. Shame!