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37 West 11th Street

Between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue
Townhouse
$12,850,000
Annual Taxes: $52,053
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Subway number 1 6th Ave - 14th St
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Subway number F 6th Ave - 14th St
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Subway number A 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
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Subway number W Broadway - 14th St
Essentials
Price $12,850,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 4
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 12
Key Features
Central Air
Excellent Light
Garden
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Juliet Balcony
Office
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Security System
Storage Space
Terrace
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Wood-Burning Fireplace

Located on a prime Gold Coast block in the landmarked neighborhood of Greenwich Village, a beautiful and historic home is now on the market. This Greek Revival townhouse was built in 1848 by Josiah Dodge, and the deed has only changed hands five times in 170 years. The façade was modified in the 1920s in the Italianate style, adding elegant ironwork and french doors, and giving the house a unique stature. Many of the architectural details are stunningly intact, making this home a valuable testament to not one but two genres of New York City townhouse architecture.

This 21.5’ wide home features five bedrooms, three full baths, and one half bath. Situated mid-block on a quiet street, the home is a true sanctuary. The house sits on a 103’ lot and includes an expansive 50-foot north-facing garden with large trees including a flowering magnolia and maple. Surrounded by other townhouse gardens, enjoy full privacy in the beautifully landscaped space, an outdoor oasis in the heart of the city. Complete with a gas line for a grill, the garden is perfect for relaxing, dining outdoors, and entertaining.

The family room and kitchen are on the garden floor, with a wall of windows to the ceiling, filling the space with light and creating the feeling of indoor-outdoor living. Double glass doors lead to the garden. The renovated kitchen has a Sub Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Thermador 36" gas range, Dacor electric convection oven, warming drawer, and microwave. There is also an entertainment area with a wine refrigerator and second sink. The ground floor has a separate gated entrance under the stoop.

The large stoop leads to an impressive entryway. Walk in and be wowed by the double parlor with 12-foot high ceilings, original moldings, columns, and pocket doors. The Venetian tearoom, most likely dating from the 1920s, has original arched mirrors, an arts and crafts tile floor, and a beautiful marble fountain on the east wall. Enclosed with glass, it is a truly special place to sit and enjoy the garden views.

The master bedroom has french doors leading to Juliet balconies, flooding the space with southern light. The master suite floor includes a bath, home office, and den. Step out on the terrace into the treetops and you will feel like you have left the city!

A vintage stained glass sky light illuminates the staircase leading to the top floor, which consists of a media room or kids’ playroom, two bedrooms, bath, and large laundry room/home gym. One of the bedrooms has the bath en suite and a wrought iron balcony.

Original details and charm prevail throughout this distinctive home. There are eight fireplaces, three of which are fully lined for wood burning, and one which is gas. William H Jackson appraised several of the mantels and determined that they installed them when the home was built. The mantels are rendered in gorgeous English and French marble, some with richly detailed inlays. In addition, there are beautiful oak parquet floors, a nod to the home’s past era. Modern conveniences include central air conditioning controlled in four zones, a security system and up-to-date fiber optics. The townhouse is featured in Bricks and Brownstones, Charles Lockwood’s book which chronicles the homes of Greenwich Village. A rare opportunity to own a piece of New York City history in a prime location, this townhouse is a truly unique and special place to call home.

Our alternate floor plan reflects various possibilities to expand this home including a gym in the basement, two-story extension in the back, and a roof deck.


Additional features of this property include: Greek Revival and Italianate architectural styles, Elegant ironwork and Juliet balconies, Quiet mid-block location, 50-foot north facing garden, Double parlor with 12-foot high ceilings, Original moldings, columns, and pocket doors, Venetian tea room with original arched mirrors, Spacious private terrace on master suite floor, Eight fireplaces manufactured by William H Jackson, and Central air controlled in four zones.

Greenwich Village
Living in Greenwich Village
Becoming a resident of Greenwich Village is like becoming a part of history. From Henry James to the contemporary TV and film stars who live there now, this is a neighborhood whose bohemianism has attracted artists for a hundred years or more.
Explore Greenwich Village

37 West 11th Street
Between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $12,850,000
Annual Taxes $52,053
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 4
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 3.5
Rooms 12

Located on a prime Gold Coast block in the landmarked neighborhood of Greenwich Village, a beautiful and historic home is now on the market. This Greek Revival townhouse was built in 1848 by Josiah Dodge, and the deed has only changed hands five times in 170 years. The façade was modified in the 1920s in the Italianate style, adding elegant ironwork and french doors, and giving the house a unique stature. Many of the architectural details are stunningly intact, making this home a valuable testament to not one but two genres of New York City townhouse architecture.

This 21.5’ wide home features five bedrooms, three full baths, and one half bath. Situated mid-block on a quiet street, the home is a true sanctuary. The house sits on a 103’ lot and includes an expansive 50-foot north-facing garden with large trees including a flowering magnolia and maple. Surrounded by other townhouse gardens, enjoy full privacy in the beautifully landscaped space, an outdoor oasis in the heart of the city. Complete with a gas line for a grill, the garden is perfect for relaxing, dining outdoors, and entertaining.

The family room and kitchen are on the garden floor, with a wall of windows to the ceiling, filling the space with light and creating the feeling of indoor-outdoor living. Double glass doors lead to the garden. The renovated kitchen has a Sub Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, Thermador 36" gas range, Dacor electric convection oven, warming drawer, and microwave. There is also an entertainment area with a wine refrigerator and second sink. The ground floor has a separate gated entrance under the stoop.

The large stoop leads to an impressive entryway. Walk in and be wowed by the double parlor with 12-foot high ceilings, original moldings, columns, and pocket doors. The Venetian tearoom, most likely dating from the 1920s, has original arched mirrors, an arts and crafts tile floor, and a beautiful marble fountain on the east wall. Enclosed with glass, it is a truly special place to sit and enjoy the garden views.

The master bedroom has french doors leading to Juliet balconies, flooding the space with southern light. The master suite floor includes a bath, home office, and den. Step out on the terrace into the treetops and you will feel like you have left the city!

A vintage stained glass sky light illuminates the staircase leading to the top floor, which consists of a media room or kids’ playroom, two bedrooms, bath, and large laundry room/home gym. One of the bedrooms has the bath en suite and a wrought iron balcony.

Original details and charm prevail throughout this distinctive home. There are eight fireplaces, three of which are fully lined for wood burning, and one which is gas. William H Jackson appraised several of the mantels and determined that they installed them when the home was built. The mantels are rendered in gorgeous English and French marble, some with richly detailed inlays. In addition, there are beautiful oak parquet floors, a nod to the home’s past era. Modern conveniences include central air conditioning controlled in four zones, a security system and up-to-date fiber optics. The townhouse is featured in Bricks and Brownstones, Charles Lockwood’s book which chronicles the homes of Greenwich Village. A rare opportunity to own a piece of New York City history in a prime location, this townhouse is a truly unique and special place to call home.

Our alternate floor plan reflects various possibilities to expand this home including a gym in the basement, two-story extension in the back, and a roof deck.


Additional features of this property include: Greek Revival and Italianate architectural styles, Elegant ironwork and Juliet balconies, Quiet mid-block location, 50-foot north facing garden, Double parlor with 12-foot high ceilings, Original moldings, columns, and pocket doors, Venetian tea room with original arched mirrors, Spacious private terrace on master suite floor, Eight fireplaces manufactured by William H Jackson, and Central air controlled in four zones.

Central Air
Excellent Light
Garden
Great Closet Space
Hardwood Floors
Juliet Balcony
Office
Oversized Windows
Prewar Detail
Security System
Storage Space
Terrace
Walk-In Closets
Washer/Dryer
Wood-Burning Fireplace
Greenwich Village
Living in Greenwich Village
Becoming a resident of Greenwich Village is like becoming a part of history. From Henry James to the contemporary TV and film stars who live there now, this is a neighborhood whose bohemianism has attracted artists for a hundred years or more.
Explore Greenwich Village
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Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number 2 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number 3 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number L 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number M 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number 4 Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 5 Broadway - 14th St
Subway number 6 Broadway - 14th St
Subway number N Broadway - 14th St
Subway number Q Broadway - 14th St
Subway number R Broadway - 14th St
Subway number A 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number B 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number C 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number D 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number E 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number W Broadway - 14th St