Edgar Allen Poe once lived in this historic Waverly Place home.. This attractive 4 story red brick building is filled with grace, charm and a lot of history. It is in the heart of Greenwich Village and is bordered between Gay Street and Avenue of the Americas. Conveniently located close to New York City's fabulous restaurants, charming boutique stores and near many Village Parks such as Washington Square Park.A Historic Street - Named after Sir Walter Scott's 1814 novel "Waverley" in 1833. The street was renamed (and misspelled) in 1833, at the demand of the writer's admirers. Formerly the street was named in various sections, Catherine Street, Eliza Street, Factory Street and 6th Street. Lot is 22'4 x 80' built 56'. Block: 591, Lot: 1. 3S9 Zoning (Primarily 3 family dwelling with 1 store or office). New boiler installed by City Gas in December, 2020.Ground Floor: Charming rod iron gates lead to floor thru offices. Front has large conference room, divided center area for receptionist, 3 small offices, utility room, powder room and storage closet. Large rear office facing wonderful planted garden.Parlor Floor: Gated stoop entrance leading to large entrance hall. Front large office with non working fireplace. Center office space with non working fireplace and half bath. Rear large office with half bath. Picturesque garden view.2nd Floor: Entrance foyer, front living room and dining room with separate kitchen and non working fireplace. Center home office has full bath and rear has 2 small bedrooms, half bath and a charming 22.4 x 5 porch.3rd floor: Entrance foyer to front living room/dining room and separate kitchen, center has full bath. 2 bedrooms in the rear with balcony overlooking planted garden..