Thursday, September 24, 2015

On the market: 120 E. 10th St., a single-family home or triplex with income

Here's the listing via M Woods & Associates:

120 East 10th Street is a well preserved six story Anglo Italianate townhouse on an historically significant block [between Second Avenue and Third Avenue] … The building’s foot print is 18 x 36 with a charming irregularly shaped garden within the sound of St Mark’s bells. The house is in good condition with most of the original flooring and lovely Italianate arched windows on first through third floors. The building is now configured as 3 apartments. All tenants are on month to month leases except one, whose lease runs through April 2016. The building can be delivered vacant as of May 2016 or vacant except for one unit within 90 days. This property offers the opportunity for a spacious single family or triplex with income.

Asking Price: $7.5 million


Anonymous said...

I could break that up into two more apartments, no problem.

Scuba Diva said...

These row houses on that block of 10th street form backyards with the row houses on the similar stretch of Stuyvesant street.

Number 25 Stuyvesant was once a brothel; actually, most blocks in the city were once home to brothels.

Anonymous said...

18' wide is not so wide if you have millions to spend go for a 25' wide townhouse.