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168-Year-Old Gramercy Townhouse Lists For the Second Time Ever For $7.5M

Curbed // May 19, 2016

Houses this picture-perfect are often only seen in movies. Located between Gramercy Park and Augustus St. Gaudens Playground, the 5,300 square-foot Italianate townhouse at 236 East 19th Street is officially on the market for only the second time in its history.


Built in 1848, the historic five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home sweeps across five floors and has a multitude of desirable adornments that include two marble fireplaces, stained French glass doors, arched entryways, and a private backyard. If that isn’t enough wow factor for you, perhaps other amenities like the chef’s kitchen, multiple dining areas, and open spaces ideal for entertaining will seal the deal. (Assuming you’re a millionaire, of course.) The asking price is $7.5 million.

Original Article: Curbed