62 Jane Street
Greenwich & Hudson West Village
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,192
West Village Townhouse. 62 Jane is one of only five brick Greek Revival residences that were erected in 1848-1849 by Stacey Pitcher, a prominent downtown mason, as a part of his development of Jane Street. This difficult to find West Village Townhouse is nearly 22' wide townhouse is on one of New York's prettiest blocks. This West Village Townhouse has gracious proportions and attractive outlooks from both front and rear exposures. With fine craftsmanship and the artful design of the ironwork of the hand railings at the stoops, 62 Jane retains its original wrought iron areaway railing with modified Greek Revival fret design at the base and much of its original detail throughout. Call for a private showing of this West Village Townhouse today.
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Downtown West, Houston Street to 14th Street, Seventh Avenue to the Hudson River.
The West Village (the extension of Greenwich Village west of Seventh Avenue, where there are some beautiful historic townhouses and co-ops on tree-lined streets) certainly follows its own jazzy rhythms. Spend a day browsing the West Village’s bookstores, cozy cafes, and antique shops with all kinds of bric-a-brac for sale and you’ll think you’re in Paris. The apartments tend to have a historic charm too, many with fireplaces and hidden gardens. Often the older buildings have been renovated, so behind many a landmark façade is a Bulthaup kitchen with a six-burner stove!