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25 Charlton Street
Townhouse in Hudson Square •  building info
6bd • 3.5ba
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First time on the market since the 1950s. Built in the 1820s, this Grand Federal style house with one of the last remaining Carriage Houses in the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District, is a rare find. Bring your architect to create a beautiful south facing Greenwich Village masterpiece. Great scale with a width of 25ft, and a lot that is 100 ft deep with incredible original detail throughout. The parlor level has beautiful molding, high ceilings and two fireplaces. Floor to ceiling windows and lovely French doors in the rear of the house allow tons of light to stream through this truly special home. There's an eat-in kitchen with a bay window and a powder room on this floor. The third floor is comprised of the primary suite with original pocket doors that separate it from a sitting area and two fireplaces. In addition, theres a separate home office/additional bedroom and primary bath. The fourth floor consists of three bedrooms, a large bathroom, and an open foyer with an oversized skylight that makes this floor incredibly special with natural light all day long. The magnificent flooring is the finishing touch on this level. The garden level, currently set up as a separate one bedroom apartment, has its own gated entrance off the street, two fireplaces, separate kitchen, a bedroom, full bath, and large sliding glass doors leading to a private patio area. The enchanting carriage house is the piece de resistance. It originally housed eight horse stalls. The scale and original detail are jaw dropping. Large beams, tremendous skylight and a double height ceiling finish off this epic space. Theres a separate entrance at 23 Charlton with an original horse walk that allows for private access to the carriage house. When you enter from Charlton Street, its a magical experience that transports you back in time. A lovely yard with beautiful flowering trees surrounded by stunning homes on both sides. Charlton Street on the north side retains one of the longest rows of Federal and early Greek Revival houses in New York City. Designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1966, a rich history lies behind this charming row of red brick Townhouses. This one of a kind historic home in its highly coveted location will sell quickly.

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Hardwood floors
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Fireplace: Wood
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Purchase price
Asking Price: $8,800,000
30 Years
Down Payment
$880,000 (10%)
Min: 10% (880,000)
6.75 %
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Estimated closing cost
Total monthly cost $54,553
Listing Courtesy of Sothebys International Realty

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