19 Charlton Street is a 23’-wide townhouse only steps from some of downtown’s most iconic treasures in Hudson Square and on the cusp of the West Village. Originally built in the Greek Revival architectural style in the early 19th century, 19 Charlton Street sits in a superb location set along the longest row of Federal & Greek Revival houses in New York. With proposed plans from AD100’s top townhouse architect, Steven Harris, this house offers a rare opportunity to blend historic charm, grand proportions, and modern luxury. The full sized lot offers a large garden in the rear which abuts other townhouse gardens. 19 Charlton Street is a lovely home with excellent curb appeal and wonderful natural light given its low rise surroundings. Ready for a renovation, the proposed plans include horizontal and vertical expansions, but maintain a spacious garden, taking advantage of the lovely rear exposure and outdoor space. This living piece of history maintains extraordinary period detail, including wonderful wide pine floorboards, original marble mantles, plaster moldings, and ceiling medallions. The Charlton-King Historic District of Hudson Square is a unique stretch of 72 Federal- and Greek Revival-style houses, many of them built as early as the 1820s. The district has undergone a transformation from Manhattan’s former Printing District into a thriving creative hub, with convenient access to some of the most sought-after restaurants and retail in New York City. Soon to be home to Disney headquarters, Google, Amazon and other tech campuses, this incredible neighborhood is one of the most coveted locations in Manhattan in today’s burgeoning market.
Listing Courtesy of Matt Lesser, Ravi Kantha
Real Estate Taxes
23.33' x 100' (42' deep)
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