At 6 stories, 120 East 10th Street offers the potential and flexibility for many scenarios- such as work/ live or a gracious home with income. As a 19th century Anglo -Italianate townhouse, it retains much of it grace and charm in a remarkably beautiful land-marked district. The building has a C of O for 4 apartments--- there are no rent controlled or rent stabilized apartments. The townhouse also has a garden on the ground floor and a common rooftop. The foot print of the building is 18 x 36 on a 50 foot lot. Once a private dwelling, fireplaces, moldings and the original staircase remain. The building is now configured as four apartments, two 2 bedrooms and two 3/4 bedroom duplex's.
120 East 10th Street is the quintessential village townhouse. Located on a quiet, tree-lined block, (part of the St Mark's Historic District) this 6 story, 18' wide home is an ideal choice for any discerning buyer in the market for value. With renovated properties on the block selling for close to $10M, this lovely three family home is both a unique find and an excellent buy.
Designed by James Renwick Jr., this 1861 Anglo-Italianate row house is steeped in history. James Renwick Jr. was one of the most successful architects of his time, having also designed the St. Patrick's Cathedral, Grace Church, and the Smithsonian Institution Building (The Castle) in Washington D.C.
East 10th Street between 2nd and 3rd avenues is the epitome of charming, a true gem of centuries old historic homes, perfectly preserved. Considered among New York Brownstone experts and historians as "one of the most desirable blocks of the east village" for over a century. With all the amenities and shops just around the corner, not to mention union square just a few blocks away, this is the perfect location for anyone seeking historic character but not willing to compromise on neighborhood conveniences. Showings strictly by appointment only. Property can be delivered vacant.