Nestled in the heart of West Village, 761 Greenwich Street is a grand 21.17-foot-wide two-family residence filled with gracious original details and sunny living spaces. Delivered vacant and with commercial zoning overlay, this unique building offers multiple uses, including an income-producing rental property, a live-plus income opportunity, or conversion into a single-family home in the highly desirable West Village. The property also enjoys very low taxes of approximately $25,529/year at the time of writing.
Currently configured as two duplexes, 761 Greenwich Street spans approximately 4,453 square feet of indoor living space and has a tranquil, landscaped garden in the back. The high ceilings and large windows on every floor fill the residence with gorgeous natural light. The townhouse features four wood-burning fireplaces, hardwood floors, partial central air and washer/dryer in both units.
Originally built as part of three Greek Revival row houses in 1838, this gracious townhouse served as a single-family home for Moses Leonard, U.S. Congressman from 1843-1845. The buildings beautiful brick faade is crowned by a handsome roof cornice and a grand stoop leading to the parlor level.
Located in Manhattans most coveted neighborhood, this four-story townhome is surrounded by incredible restaurants, unique shopping, easy transportation and easy access to the High Line, Little Island and Hudson River Park.