15 Bank St, New York, NY 10014

New York
Multi Family Townhouse


Patrick McLaughlin
Patrick McLaughlin
  • Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Property Description

Late Greek Revival style five story, townhouse located on the most coveted, bucolic block in the West Village. This West Village neighborhood had a provenance before the current townhouses were erected. In 1836, this was the site upon which two Frenchman, Louis and Hyacinthe Peugnet, former Officers in Napoleon's Army at Waterloo, founded a School for Boys. The Academy, under the auspices of Frenchman General Lafayette remained at this site for almost a decade. Built 1852, the faade is brick, erected over stone; the edifice retains its rustications. Consists of an owner's duplex, two floor-through apartments plus a one bedroom garret and an old fashioned attic. Over the past 155 years, the stoop was replaced by a basement entrance with a classical doorway and the front ironwork consisting of an "X? design as part of the Landmark designation. Owned by the same family for 51 years, the home retains its original details; an intricately detailed staircase with a luxurious mahogany banister, grand rooms, ceiling heights 12'. Across the street from the Waverly Inn, steps from restaurants and shops. Can be income producing home free of rent regulations or a single family home.
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  • Interior
    5,500 Sq Ft.
  • Property Type
    Multi Family Townhouse
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman