Located on one of the most picturesque tree-lined streets in Historic Chelsea, this two family townhouse was built circa 1874 and . Its one of 2 mirror image brownstones and it stands out with its Neo-Grec design. The handsome entrance features a dramatic brownstone stoop with heavy Italianate Cast iron railings and beautifully carved paneled wooden entrance doors. The home is currently configured as a 2-family townhouse, but it could be easily restored to its original state as a large single family.
The house was minimally changed from its original condition and still features many original attributes. The apartment on the first two floors consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large landscaped garden paved with Blue-Stone. The soaring ceilings and the floor-to-ceiling glass windows on the lower floor create a unique and dramatic look of a living/dining space that will take you back in time to the late 1800s.
The top 3 floors are currently configured as a 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom triplex, with a double-parlor living/dining room+ a kitchen. The top two floors feature 2 bedrooms+full bathroom on each as well as a beautiful skylight on the top floor. Both apartments are being rented out (free market units) with leases that expire in 2018.