59 Morton Street

59 Morton Street

New York USA
40.7310393 -74.0059695
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$11,250,000
Plot
25.17 x 100
Building
25.17 x 60
Build Date
1828
Stories
5
Units
5
Est. SqFt
6,700
Rooms
16
Bedrooms
7
Bathrooms
6
Annual Taxes
$60,484
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Hudson Street & Bedford Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Original Details
Grand Ceiling Heights
25'-Wide
Large-garden
Dormer Windows
Prewar
Fireplace
Balcony
Dishwasher
Pets
Patio
Storage
Washer / Dryer
Glasses Created with Sketch. SPECIFICATIONS
Price
$11,250,000
Plot
25.17 x 100
Building
25.17 x 60
Build Date
1828
Stories
5
Units
5
Est. SqFt
6,700
Rooms
16
Bedrooms
7
Bathrooms
6
Annual Taxes
$60,484
Map Created with Sketch. LOCATION
Between Hudson Street & Bedford Street
Star Created with Sketch. KEY FEATURES
Original Details
Grand Ceiling Heights
25'-Wide
Large-garden
Dormer Windows
Prewar
Fireplace
Balcony
Dishwasher
Pets
Patio
Storage
Washer / Dryer

A grand 25' wide five story townhouse on picturesque Morton Street spanning over 6,700 square feet on a 100' lot awaits.

The home is currently configured as five floor through units and is fully occupied. The building can be delivered with the bottom three units vacant as the top two floors are tenanted. This spacious mansion sits on a block with over half a dozen single family homes, several which are also grand in scale at 25' wide and are seen as some of the most coveted homes in the Village. 59 Morton Street was built in 1828 on land leased from the Trinity Church Corporation, by Cornelius Oakley, a merchant, of the firm R. 5 C. Oakley. This home has retained much of it's original detail, which is immediately noticed upon entering the eight-paneled door thats flanked by paired Ionic columns, behind which we catch a glimpse of rusticated woodwork and glazed sidelights. This remarkably well preserved house whose doorway has brick reveals and a stone arch at the top with paneled impost blocks and curved moldings is seen as unique in the Village. Beautifully maintained crown moldings and wood burning fireplaces are found throughout the home. In addition, the windows all have finely detailed lintels with a stepped-up central section and paneled ends. As the first home ever constructed on Morton Street, this is a fantastic opportunity to own a true piece of village history either as an income property or as a grand single-family mansion.

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A grand 25' wide five story townhouse on picturesque Morton Street spanning over 6,700 square feet on a 100' lot awaits.

The home is currently configured as five floor through units and is fully occupied. The building can be delivered with the bottom three units vacant as the top two floors are tenanted. This spacious mansion sits on a block with over half a dozen single family homes, several which are also grand in scale at 25' wide and are seen as some of the most coveted homes in the Village. 59 Morton Street was built in 1828 on land leased from the Trinity Church Corporation, by Cornelius Oakley, a merchant, of the firm R. 5 C. Oakley. This home has retained much of it's original detail, which is immediately noticed upon entering the eight-paneled door thats flanked by paired Ionic columns, behind which we catch a glimpse of rusticated woodwork and glazed sidelights. This remarkably well preserved house whose doorway has brick reveals and a stone arch at the top with paneled impost blocks and curved moldings is seen as unique in the Village. Beautifully maintained crown moldings and wood burning fireplaces are found throughout the home. In addition, the windows all have finely detailed lintels with a stepped-up central section and paneled ends. As the first home ever constructed on Morton Street, this is a fantastic opportunity to own a true piece of village history either as an income property or as a grand single-family mansion.

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