276 West 11th Street
(Between Bleecker and West 4th Streets)
276 West 11th Street, a 25' wide Townhouse with huge south facing Garden has been proudly owned by the same family for nearly 100 years.
Located on the south side of the street on the extremely coveted West Village block between Bleecker and West 4th Street, it was constructed as a one family home in 1852 for tobacco merchant William J. Haddock.
Originally built as a three-story brick house with high stoop and Italianate cornices, it currently has a street level entrance.
Its present appearance is Federal, of the Eclectic period, with tall round-arched windows on the Parlor floor and the lintels have keystones throughout. The front door has a low fanlight and is flanked by sidelights. The doorway has fluted pilasters supporting a cornice slab.
It is now configured as 5 beautiful and unique 1 Bedroom apartments.
The house also features a total of 8 Decorative WBFP's many with original marble Mantles.
It could easily be converted back to its original splendor as a 5,217sf - 25' wide - 1 Family home with a huge south facing garden. Lot Size: 25' x 95'
All current leases expire in calendar year 2023 on or before September 1, 2023
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
Courtesy of Avian Village Realty, Inc., Velvet Abashian
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