Located in the historic Seaport District, 138 Beekman Street offers the convenience and luxury of a private single-family home just a stone's throw away from everything that downtown has to offer. 138 Beekman is a distinguished 20th century townhouse with private garage that flows out onto a classic cobblestone street. At 18.37'-wide and four stories tall, this renovated, landmarked home comes with pre-approval for a fifth story penthouse addition. However, with unobstructed southern exposures, the fully landscaped roof deck already delivers coveted, private outdoor living. Equipped with central air conditioning, the house currently has 3-4 sun-drenched bedrooms and 2.5 baths.This light-filled, airy space is at the heart of one of New York's liveliest, historic neighborhoods. Steps away from the Financial District, Brookfield Place, City Hall, ESPN's new studios, the Brooklyn Bridge, the ferry and biking paths, 138 Beekman is an oasis amidst the hustle and bustle. Neighborhood lifestyle is not compromised. Local gastrophiles will find that a few of their new neighbors are new ventures by Mr. C Hotel (Cipriani's), Jean-Georges Vongerichten, David Chang and Andrew Carmellini. The South Street Seaport Museum, the iPic theater, and Pier 17's performance space provide plenty of opportunities for culture and entertainment. Sophisticated shopaholics need not fret. The neighborhood is also home to Carla Sorzanni's long awaited New York outpost of 10 Corso Como. 138 Beekman Street represents the best of city living - convenience, privacy, and modern aesthetics with a nod to a bright future and a venerable past.With extremely low annual maintenance, $12,467 per year real estate taxes, 138 Beekman Street is for the most discerning downtown buyer.