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66 Morton Street

Between Hudson Street and Bedford Street
Townhouse
$17,000,000

This home has been sold

Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D Subway number E Subway number F Subway number M Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number L
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 Varick St - Houston St
Subway number A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number B 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number D 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 12th St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 12th St
Subway number L 7th Ave - 12th St
Essentials
Price $17,000,000
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 10
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,328
Key Features
Alarm System
Garden

BOW FRONT BEAUTY. Built in 1852 for the Trustees of Trinity Church, this 25’ townhouse was—and remains—a most remarkable one of a kind West Village home, most especially because of its polygonal bay windows and bowed façade. This unusual design has made this house a Mecca for filmmakers looking for a distinctive presence. In fact, the house was Harrison Ford’s residence in "Working Girl"; Matthew Broderick’s in "The Night We Never Met" and Winona Ryder’s in "Autumn in New York". Other movies ranging from Robert Redford in "Quiz Kid" to a Madonna video have all been shot on the premises, and SELF magazine held their 25th Anniversary Party here.

The current owner has used this as a single family home for decades. Now this townhouse is ready for your renovation and what a superb canvas it is! The proportions are outstanding and the ample width makes a difference both in usable space and the generous feeling inside. Ceiling heights vary from 12’10” on the parlor floor to 14’8” at the top of the house and there are tall windows on 3 of the building’s 4 sides which allow more light and design choices than most townhouses.

The large 40 foot plus Southern garden is waiting to be planted; there’s space for as many bedrooms as you need, and—best of all—there is a triple parlor where 3 of the house’s 9 fireplaces are located. The parlor also contains some original details such as sliding doors and mantles and it gives a sense of the home’s special grandeur. There is additional F.A.R. available, which is almost non-existent in the Village. Carpe diem et domus!

West Village
Living in West Village
When you live in the West Village, you're living 'off the grid.' The neighborhood's twisty streets don't conform to the grid system of the rest of the city and have a charming, relaxed feel that's almost European. All around you are stunning, beautifully preserved brownstones with histories often as long as the city itself, along with the some of the very best restaurants in the Big Apple, if not the world.
Explore West Village

This home has been sold

66 Morton Street
Between Hudson Street and Bedford Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $17,000,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $2
$West Village
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Unit 1
Floors 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2.5
Rooms 10
Approx. Sq. Ft. 5,328

BOW FRONT BEAUTY. Built in 1852 for the Trustees of Trinity Church, this 25’ townhouse was—and remains—a most remarkable one of a kind West Village home, most especially because of its polygonal bay windows and bowed façade. This unusual design has made this house a Mecca for filmmakers looking for a distinctive presence. In fact, the house was Harrison Ford’s residence in "Working Girl"; Matthew Broderick’s in "The Night We Never Met" and Winona Ryder’s in "Autumn in New York". Other movies ranging from Robert Redford in "Quiz Kid" to a Madonna video have all been shot on the premises, and SELF magazine held their 25th Anniversary Party here.

The current owner has used this as a single family home for decades. Now this townhouse is ready for your renovation and what a superb canvas it is! The proportions are outstanding and the ample width makes a difference both in usable space and the generous feeling inside. Ceiling heights vary from 12’10” on the parlor floor to 14’8” at the top of the house and there are tall windows on 3 of the building’s 4 sides which allow more light and design choices than most townhouses.

The large 40 foot plus Southern garden is waiting to be planted; there’s space for as many bedrooms as you need, and—best of all—there is a triple parlor where 3 of the house’s 9 fireplaces are located. The parlor also contains some original details such as sliding doors and mantles and it gives a sense of the home’s special grandeur. There is additional F.A.R. available, which is almost non-existent in the Village. Carpe diem et domus!

Alarm System
Garden
West Village
Living in West Village
When you live in the West Village, you're living 'off the grid.' The neighborhood's twisty streets don't conform to the grid system of the rest of the city and have a charming, relaxed feel that's almost European. All around you are stunning, beautifully preserved brownstones with histories often as long as the city itself, along with the some of the very best restaurants in the Big Apple, if not the world.
Explore West Village
Subway Lines
Subway number 1 Subway number A Subway number B Subway number C Subway number D Subway number E Subway number F Subway number M Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number L
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number 1 Varick St - Houston St
Subway number A 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number B 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number C 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number D 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number E 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number F 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number M 6th Ave - West 3rd St
Subway number 2 7th Ave - 12th St
Subway number 3 7th Ave - 12th St
Subway number L 7th Ave - 12th St