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Enchanting Beauty! Located on one of the most desirable leafy cobblestone streets in the West Village, this wonderful Greek Revival row house offers everything one dreams of in a Village house. Perfect location, delightful rooms that are dappled in sunlight, original historic detail, inherent charm, and a lovely south garden.
Behind this 1838 historic facade awaits a single-family home that has been lovingly cared for by the current owners for the last 45 years. The house offers 4-5 bedrooms, 3 baths, elegant double parlors, a formal dining room, eat in kitchen, and a landscaped garden. Among the many marvelous details are original pine floorboards, moldings, and marble mantles throughout the house. While romantic gestures abound so too does simplicity. The atmosphere is relaxed and inviting.
As you enter up the stoop you are welcomed into double parlors with fireplaces, original wooden shutters, and pocket doors. On this floor there is also a study that overlooks the garden.
On the garden floor one discovers a spacious and inviting eat in kitchen that opens onto a south facing garden, and a dining room with a wood burning fireplace. There is also a full bath on this level.
On the upper floors there are 4 bedrooms, a painting studio, and an additional office.
Bank Street was named for The Bank of New York, founded by Alexander Hamilton. The bank moved to the area in 1799 where it remained until the street was transformed into residential houses in the 1830's.
The West Village has long been a treasured enclave and home to many of our most brilliant luminaries in artistic, social, civil and cultural movements.
Gently they go, the beautiful, the tender, the kind;
Quietly they go, the intelligent, the witty, the brave."
Edna St. Vincent Millay
1892-1950 West Village