130 West 11th Street
Sixth & Greenwich Greenwich Village
Nearby Subway Stations
Up to the fourth floor, Apartment 4A is similar to 3A; however, this south-facing unit enjoys an even larger 350+ square foot private terrace.
The third floor has two apartments, both with generous living spaces and working fireplaces. The south-facing Apartment 3A with 200+ square foot private terrace overlooking the garden, has plenty of space for dining and entertaining.
In apartment 2A, you will notice the ornate ceiling moldings and fine craftsmanship. The second floor is comprised of a large floor-through apartment with a spacious, sun-filled living room and pair of French doors leading to a solarium perfect for dining. Continue through the den/sitting area to the spacious north-facing bedroom with it's own fireplace.
The first floor offers two apartments. Apartment 1A, a street-accessed studio, is a bright living space with stunning hardwood floors and a fireplace with fine 19th century details. Apartment 1B, opens to grand living and dining space boasting a large fireplace and elaborate woodwork. Continue on through the first pair of French doors and step down into a sun-flooded bedroom with exposed brick and dark hardwood floors. A second pair of French doors opens onto your own 1,200+ square foot garden.
Constructed by Linus Scudder in 1855, this grand Italianate style townhouse will truly take your breath away with a staggering four stories of over 5,900 square feet of indoor living and over 1,700 square feet of outdoor gardens and terraces. 130 West 11th is currently configured as a seven unit rental property, which has unlimited potential to create any number of dreams! This is a Townhouse Treasure located on one of the most charming and prestigious blocks in the Village, lined with handsome late 19th century townhouses, PS 41 and now, on the north side of West 11th Street, the luxurious and creative residential conversion of historic St. Vincent’s Hospital. Opportunities like this are as rare and special as the property itself. FUTURE: PERFECT. The 'Sixth' of the Five 11th Street Townhouses! This home will not be delivered vacant.
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If you’re new to Greenwich Village, and you’re walking along admiring its townhouses and co-ops, the spot where West Fourth Street crosses West Tenth Street might cause you to scratch your head a little. Even the Village’s most modern luxury condos get a bit of European charm from the meandering, tree-lined streets, leftovers from the 19th century, when Greenwich Village was new development, started up before the city’s grid plan.