Thursday, April 14, 2016

114 E. 10th St. returns for a few million more



In September 2014 we wrote about the new-to-market townhouse at 114 E. 10th St. between Second Avenue and Third Avenue. Didn't take long to find a taker — public records show that the address changed hands for slightly more than the $7.5 asking price in December 2014.

Now the owner — an LLC with a Pinecrest, Fla., address — is reselling the home. No. 114 is back on the market, though the price is now $9.85 million.

Here's the listing over at Douglas Elliman:

Beautifully renovated six bedroom townhouse designed in the mid 1800's by one of the most important architects of the day, JAMES RENWICK,JR. He is best know for his design of St. Patrick's Cathedral on Fifth Avenue. Well located on a street which has been called "The Most Beautiful Street in the Village".It also has been home to many famous people ,one being the prominent architect, Stanford White.

This outstanding house combines the preservation of original detail and a complete renovation which allows for the luxury and convenience of today'smodern world. Features include central air and heat,video,intercom,security and alarm system. Designer furnished. Real Estate Tax/annual $20,212.

And some photos...







No mention this time around of the sauna and outdoor shower on the roof.

Previously on EV Grieve:
This East 10th Street townhouse includes rooftop shower and garden apartment for staff

Images via Douglas Elliman

6 comments:

Gojira said...

Would be nice to know if anyone had actually lived in it during the whopping 15 months it was off the market, or if this is just another move in the "blind out-of-towner LLC" shell game that's being perpetuated all over the globe these days.

Anonymous said...

yes it's a "blind out-of-towner LLC" shell game that's being perpetuated all over the globe these days.

Anonymous said...

flip. flip. flip. flip.

Goggla said...

It's odd that it comes furnished, but I'll take it anyway.

marjorie said...

it's beautiful. those windows!

Anonymous said...

No value added since it was last bought. The sound you hear is a real-estate bubble getting bigger & nearer to popping.