A circa-1888 West Village brick townhouse with plenty of style

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On its name alone, Waverly Place in the West Village is a street that evokes visions of quaint, old New York. This $8.75 million townhouse (represented by townhouse experts at Leslie J. Garfield) has a brick facade that transports you immediately to the past, and charming details that townhouse lovers look for—crown moldings, hardwood floors, fireplaces, chair railings, and plenty of woodwork. 

But its crisp, clean lines also firmly root it in the present, with some rooms—like the parlor-floor seating area below—tailored to a handsome finish.


There's no photo of the kitchen—not sure if this means it may need an update—but the bathroom looks to marry both old and new perfectly, with subway tiles, mosaic floors, and a deep sink and tub. 

There's also a private back yard and additional outdoor space on the roof. 

The property's been on the market only a few days, and as always, you'll need to do your due diligence to see if this is right for you. But on pics alone, consider us intrigued—even charmed. 


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