$23M ‘Stuart Little’ Gramercy Park Townhouse Sells

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A Greek Revival-style townhouse that is rumored to be where E.B.White’s fictional character, Stuart Little, lived, just sold for $23.09 million, Mansion Global reported.

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Tucked in New York City’s Gramercy neighborhood, the 26-foot-wide red brick residence was designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis with two lanterns outside the front door, high ceilings, hardwood floors, five decorative fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, and a garden with a sitting area. It also comes with a key to Gramercy Park.

A sign at the front explains that the townhouse was once owned by former New York City mayor and publisher James Harper.

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The stoop of the residence is also well known for being where Bob Dylan sat for the cover of his album “Highway 61 Revisited.”

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The townhouse at 4 Gramercy Park West, represented by Robert Falcone and Tracie Hamersley of Douglas Elliman, was not listed on the market. Lisa Simonsen of Douglas Elliman represented the buyer, 4 Desolation Row, LLC.

Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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