22 West 11th Street
New York, NY 10011
Interior: 5,000 sq. ft. (approx.)
This beautiful Greek Revival townhouse, one of five houses, known as “Bride’s Row”, was built by Henry Brevoort, Jr. for his five daughters in 1844-1845. Now, Fifth Avenue and 11th Street, the heart of the Gold Coast, is the most desirable block in Greenwich Village. This home retains its rich, original 19th century architectural details: hardwood floors, ornate moldings, acanthus and gold leaf trimmings. The parlor floor has 12’ +/- ceilings with embellished medallions. The 5,000 +/- square foot home is currently divided into two duplexes. The lower duplex enjoys the sun filled south facing garden with lush plantings and flowering rose bushes. The upper duplex has a grand south terrace off of the master bedroom with unobstructed views of the gardens between 10th and 11th Street. The house measures 22’x60’ +/_; the lot is 95’+/- deep and boasts a front garden, with ornamental ironwork. This house is impeccability positioned on West 11th Street and will be delivered vacant.