TRULY RARE COMBINATION OPPORTUNITY FOR TOWNHOUSE LIVING WITH PRIVATE GARDEN YARD IN FLATIRON
This 25' wide landmark Italianate brownstone was built in 1846. During the 1870's it served as the studio for Richard Morris Hunt, renowned architect of the Met, the Biltmore estate, the Breakers and several other large properties on the eastern seaboard. Newly renovated lobby. Exterior stoop and railing reconstruction is landmark and board approved.
Parlor Level Unit 2A and Garden Level Unit 1B are available for a spectacular combination; unique to the neighborhood. South and North facing exposures.
Refreshing chance of creating a spacious and light 1850+ square ft. duplex, 3 bedroom, 4.0 bathroom, 2 W/D townhouse apartment with a rear garden yard including artist studio. Outdoor space with mature flowering Dogwood tree and Magnolia tree is approx. 900 sq. ft. and existing artist studio building is 250 sq. ft. Both apartments have central HVAC installed.
Noting there is much to save in both of the original apartments, this may not require full gut renovation. New owner may also seek coop approval for expansion as townhouse does not exceed existing FAR.
Historic 28 East 21st Street is in the center of Manhattan; the heart of Flatiron. Immediate and convenient access to key transportation and public open spaces: Gramercy Park, Union Square, Madison Square Park. Lower Fifth Avenue, Irving Place, Washington Square Park, Nomad, and more are a short walk away. World class dining and shopping right outside your door.
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