A Manhattan Town Home In The Heart Of The West Village

Vickey Barron

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250 West 10th street is a beautifully renovated single-family townhome in the heart of the West Village. The home was built in 1826 in a Merchant Bond style. It is approximately 3,000 square feet. The home was previously owned by S.R. Gambrel and reimagined by Environmental Design Group of Chicago. It consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 2 powder rooms.

Although this home is rich in history, it has all the modern luxuries. The property boasts 9 elegantly designed rooms. The grand historical doublewide windows create natural light throughout the residence. The striking foyer leads to a newly renovated French-bistro outdoor patio. The double living room with lacquered walls consists of 12’ ceilings with 2 classical original marble fireplaces. The large eat-in style kitchen is made up of custom lacquered cabinets with stainless countertops. The newly added stainless steel butler’s pantry provides an abundance of storage. The Master bedroom can be found on the 4th floor with a large wood-burning fireplace and a custom marble bath. The second bedroom features a fireplace, large sky-lit bathroom and a panelized, build-in custom-fitted closet with dressing room.

This house is a true architectural treasure with extraordinary detailing, light fixtures true to the historical context, Nanz custom hardware, French-milled flooring, lacquered wood doors, high ceilings, and thoughtful detail to design. This West Village Townhouse is located in one of New York’s covetable neighborhoods.

Address: 250 W 10th St, West Village, Manhattan, NY 10014

Price: $8,800,000

For more information, please contact Vickey Barron at 646-960-6183 or vbarron@compass.com

Vickey Barron is the exclusive agents representing the Chelsea/Tribeca, NY real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of her listings here.

Photos courtesy of Vickey Barron

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