This rare 4-story, mixed-use corner townhouse sits on a magnificent cobblestone street in the heart of the West Village’s Historic District. Built in 1849 by Stacey Pitcher, the 19th-century brick mason known for fine craftsmanship. The townhouse is designated as a Landmarked building and retains the distinctive roof cornice and proportions of the Greek Revival style.
Originally designed as a residence with a retail unit on the ground floor of the Greenwich Street side, the building is thought to have been intended by Stacey Pitcher for his own living and business quarters. For the 21st-century owner, it offers the maximum flexibility of customized use. The residence, which has a separate entrance on Jane Street, is currently configured as a duplex apartment and a floor-through loft-style apartment. Ownership includes access to the beautiful private Jane Street Garden.
The duplex features an eat-in kitchen with expansive cabinets and wine refrigerator, a sun-drenched double living room with decorative marble fireplace, three bedrooms, Italian porcelain tiles and marble floors in the en-suite and second bathroom, ample closets, a powder room and Bosch laundry center.
The sunny floor-through loft-style apartment has high ceilings and treetop views to both West and North of this quiet residential corner, as well as its own kitchen, full bath, decorative fireplace, and large skylight. It offers ideal space as a separate residence for a family member, household staff, or a separate office space.
A truly one-of-a-kind opportunity for an income-producing property in the highly coveted West Village or conversion to a single-family residence.