This is a rare, magnificent gem: A gracious 1836 Greek Revival townhouse on one of the most cherished blocks of the West Village.
The property features a meticulous private garden reminiscent of a European villa. No detail was spared during the extensive rebuilding of this magnificent home. The 19' wide landmarked house was artfully restored using time-honored traditions and quality materials to last for centuries to come. Antique brick, solid Cherry wide-plank hardwood, and newly fabricated ironwork following historical pattern create one of the loveliest homes in New York. The door, window and cabinetry hardware was made to order by the P.E. Guerin foundry in the West Village; the classic fixturing, in polished nickel, was forged by Lefroy Brooks. Amenities include three bedrooms, three bathrooms, striking custom cherry wood-paneled kitchen and dining room, five working fireplaces with period marble mantels, and a top floor open master suite and spacious master bathroom with custom millwork, marble and gas fireplace. Additionally, this home has a finished basement complete with laundry and custom storage cabinetry.
150 West 11th Street stands amid a row of single-family townhouses of the same period, with trees and flower beds gracing the sidewalk. The property faces the highly regarded Greenwich Lane development and is safe and quiet. In 2007, it was a featured townhouse on the prestigious, benefit house tour held annually by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.
Courtesy Of Garfield, Leslie J. & Co., Inc.