First time on the market in over 50 years. Located in the Gold Coast Historic District of Greenwich Village. The Estate of Ramsey Clark, Former United States Attorney General who championed civil rights and liberties and was known for testifying in the Chicago 7 trial. recently portrayed in the Netflix original The Trial of the Chicago 7 written by Aaron Sorkin .
You enter into the huge expanse of the entry, living room and dining room with bay windows facing south over 12th street and tons of light. Down the long hallway in a separate wing are two large bedrooms that face the back courtyard for a restful and quiet sleep. The Prime bedroom has three large closets and an ensuite bath.
We have completely replaced the subflooring and added brand new oak floors but the rest is up to you so bring your contractor and create your own kitchen and baths.
The building is notable for its deep bay windows, historic brown-brick facade, and floor-plan design where many of the units are floor-through apartments that offer views of the street on one side and the landscaped inner gardens and fountains on the other.
The Butterfield House was built as a cooperative in 1962 by architects Mayer, Whittlesey, and Glass and is one of the most renowned and recognizable landmark buildings in the Greenwich Village Gold Coast. Residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full-time doorman, state-of-the-art fitness facility, bike room, garage, storage, and a central laundry room. The location could not be more ideal in the heart of lower Fifth Avenue and Gold Coast Greenwich Village with close proximity to all transportation, the Union Square Farmers Market, Whole Foods, and Citarella. 2% flip tax payable by the purchaser. Current Capital Assessment is included in maintenance.