Greenwich Village townhouse sale breaks NYC record

Closing for $37M, it's the highest price paid for a townhouse in downtown Manhattan

New York Weekend Edition /
Aug.August 04, 2018 12:00 PM

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An early 19th century house has broken the record for the highest price paid for a townhouse in downtown Manhattan.

The home at 37 West 10th Street sold for $37.2 million, according to the New York Times. Built in the style of Greek Revival architecture, the townhouse is dated to 1838.

The five-story home was sold by British interior designer Rebekah Caudwell and real estate developer Nicolas Dupart. Caudwell and Dupart bought the home for $9.5 million in 2012 and extensively renovated the property. The 9,800-square-foot house now reportedly has six bedrooms, six fireplaces, a home theater, gym and sauna, as well as a deck with a outdoor kitchen on the roof.

Yearly property taxes are nearly $103,000. [NYT]


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