70 Charles Street
Charles & W 4 West Village
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Two bedrooms (front and back), huge walk-in closet in the front bedroom, recessed lighting and exposed brick, large bathroom with bidet, double sink vanity and additional storage cabinet.
9’ ceilings with recessed lighting throughout, extra large living room with wood burning fireplace with marble mantle, U-shaped enclosed kitchen with dishwasher, separate dining area at the back, a half bath and washer/dryer closet.
Large entry foyer with doors leading to each unit. The top floor of the garden triplex with 10’ ceilings, two large bedrooms (front and back) each with 3 big closets, and a full bath with original tile and pedestal sink.
Enter under the stoop and on the right is the windowed kitchen with exposed brick, wide plank hardwood floors, original wood cabinets and updated appliances including dual ovens, gas cook top and Bosh dishwasher. Just past a hall closet is the large living/dining room with a wood burning fireplace, recessed lighting, a wall of exposed brick and access to private outdoor patio.
- Original detail
- Wood-burning fireplace
Bring your architect for a great opportunity! Built in 1861 by Albro Howell, 70 Charles Street is one of four in a delightful row of Italianate style residences located on this picturesque, prime West Village block of townhouses. This four-story brick house is currently configured as a two family home; there is a lower level duplex with 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a private outdoor patio and an upper level duplex with 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Several of the home's original details remain intact such as the exterior's period roof cornice and arched window pediments and the interior's exposed brick walls, full height windows and wide plank hardwood floors. The units can be combined and renovated to create a single family home or remain as is for an investment property. The house will be delivered vacant.
Additional features of this building include: Skylight, Full Height Basement, Recessed Lighting, Washer/Dryer, Wide Oak Plank Floors, French Doors, and Exposed Brick.
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) 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 reminiscent of Paris. The apartments tend to have 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!