Own a piece of New York History! Located at 170 Eldridge Street, we offer an opportunity to purchase a mixed use single family Carriage House in a commercially zoned district. Many historical Interior details throughout the home have been preserved. Buildings like this are extremely hard to find and basically don't exist. The charm and individuality of the building comes from its unusual history. In the late 1800's the building was owned by Sigmund Oppenheimer who owned the S. Oppenheimer Co. a very successful sausage casing and butcher business. You can still see the original painted company sign on the building. It is known to be the oldest painted sign in NYC. The building stands three stories high 25'W x 80'L with a loading dock currently used as a garage, a basement that has endless potential, and a beautiful private roof deck for relaxing or entertaining. The home features 15' high wood beamed ceilings, four bedrooms, radiant heated floors, two wood burning fireplaces and two beautiful skylights, that shines light onto a custom designed waterfall. There's also an exposed pulley system that was once used to operate the flatbed elevator when the home was previously being used as a printing press. The kitchen is a chef's kitchen with Valcucine cabinetry, Miele and Sub-Zero appliances. The Carriage house boasts approximately 6000sqft with the additional FAR of 2,824sqft Opportunities like this are rare! Book a viewing today with the StarrJohnson Team.