Located on one of the most unique and charming blocks in the heart of Greenwich Village is 144 Waverly Place. This 22'6" wide five-story townhouse was built as a single family home in 1839 and encompasses 6,300 square ft. It's north facing front view is onto historic Gay Street, a crooked block deemed a stable alley in the 1800's for its narrow width. Today, the corner of Gay Street and Waverly Place remains one of the most picturesque views in the Village. 144 Waverly Place is one of six Greek Revival Townhouses that sits in a row on the south side of Waverly between Gay Street and Grove Street. Of these six, three are single family residences. A majority of this townhouse was meticulously renovated in 2015 and boasts a large duplex apartment and three floor-through apartments. The rear side of the home is sun-filled with approximately 1,000 sq ft of garden space. The building offers two unique opportunities to an owner. One can either keep it as it exists, as a high income rental building, with the chance to live within the home and rent the remainder of the units, or can chose to create a magnificent single family masterpiece. This townhouse is truly a rare and unique opportunity and will not last.
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