75.5 BEDFORD ST
Morton Street and Commerce Street West Village
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.999
Legendary West Village House
Situated in one of NYC's most desirable neighborhoods, surrounded by stately and historic homes alike, is one of the most unique and storied properties in all of Manhattan. The 3 story plus basement 1873 Dutch style house, at 9 1/2 feet wide is the narrowest house in New York City. Throughout time, the home has had its share of notable residents. Actors Cary Grant and John Barrymore, the anthropologist, Margaret Mead, The cartoonist, William Steig and the Pulitzer prize winning poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay.
The house has been renovated to accentuate its unique architecture and features abundant light on all three floors, from the garret skylight to the over-sized windows and doors that open to a lovely garden.
The most charming vertical hotel suite? An ideal pied-a-terre in the historic West Village? Your chance to live in one of the most unique houses in NYC? Opportunities like this only come around once in a while.
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Living in West Village
The West Village sprawls westward from Greenwich Village, bordered by Chelsea to its north. This historic district features elegant pre-war brownstones, cobblestones and tree-lined alleyways. Its ramshackle streets wind their way in a somewhat quirky layout that’s a pleasure to explore; you may even find yourself at the corner of Waverly Place and Waverly Place. With cozy bookstores, outdoor cafés and eccentric antique shops lining the twisting alleyways, you’re forgiven for thinking you’ve wandered into a forgotten corner of Paris. The neighborhood also includes the chic Meatpacking District enclave along the river, with its famed nightlife and luxury hotels. Residents enjoy close proximity to nearly all major subway lines in neighboring Greenwich Village and Union Square.