279 West 4th Street

W. Greenwich Village   |   Perry Street & West 11th Street

Building For Sale
$ 9,100,000
Ownership Rental Property
Lot Size 17'x50'
Floors/Apts 3/1
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 24,726
Building Type Townhouse
Building Size 17'x40'
Year Built 1899
ASF/ASM 2,040/190
Listing ID: 37635TH

Property Description

From Seventh Avenue South to the lush Esplanade bordering the Hudson River is the West Village. The neighborhood has retained its reputation as a cultural destination for over a century, and has been a home to Edgar Allen Poe, Joan Michell, Oliver Sachs, and among many others. Alongside the 6 mile Esplanade sits the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Highline, and the cobbled side streets enjoy grand dining, small cafes, boutiques and bookstores.

279 West 4th Street is located among these treasures. Cool and sleek, and in "move-in" condition, this extraordinary 1869 one unit townhouse is a marriage of minimalism and warmth. With four floors plus the cellar, there is a joyous sense of home throughout, and exquisitely so.

One enters the parlor floor into a loft-like modern space, looking onto a giant picture window of gardens, trees and Village homes. The traditional staircase leads up to four sunlit bedrooms of generous proportions, or downstairs to the large fabulously modern kitchen with Subzero refrigerator, Miele Futura Diamond dishwasher, Viking six burner stove, stainless ultra-long and wide countertop, and brilliant hidden storage all around. Astounding! A lovely small but sunny patio with gas grill completes this English basement.

The earthen green roof has been transformed into a meadow (with an outdoor kitchen!), beautiful and energy saving as well!
From Seventh Avenue South to the lush Esplanade bordering the Hudson River is the West Village. The neighborhood has retained its reputation as a cultural destination for over a century, and has been a home to Edgar Allen Poe, Joan Michell, Oliver Sachs, and among many others. Alongside the 6 mile Esplanade sits the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Highline, and the cobbled side streets enjoy grand dining, small cafes, boutiques and bookstores.

279 West 4th Street is located among these treasures. Cool and sleek, and in "move-in" condition, this extraordinary 1869 one unit townhouse is a marriage of minimalism and warmth. With four floors plus the cellar, there is a joyous sense of home throughout, and exquisitely so.

One enters the parlor floor into a loft-like modern space, looking onto a giant picture window of gardens, trees and Village homes. The traditional staircase leads up to four sunlit bedrooms of generous proportions, or downstairs to the large fabulously modern kitchen with Subzero refrigerator, Miele Futura Diamond dishwasher, Viking six burner stove, stainless ultra-long and wide countertop, and brilliant hidden storage all around. Astounding! A lovely small but sunny patio with gas grill completes this English basement.

The earthen green roof has been transformed into a meadow (with an outdoor kitchen!), beautiful and energy saving as well!

Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer Hookups
279 West 4th Street W. Greenwich Village New York NY 10014

Building Details [279 West 4th Street]

Ownership Rental Property
Service Level None
Access Walk-up
Block/Lot 613/7
Building Size 17'x40'
Zoning R6
Building Type Townhouse
Year Built 1899
Floors/Apts 3/1
Lot Size 17'x50'

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