Located on what is considered to be one of the finest townhouse blocks in all of lower Manhattan, the Isaac Phillips House offers a rare opportunity to reinvent a distinguished piece of New York City’s past. Built in 1843, the Greek Revival home has most recently been in the same family since 1968, preserving many original features, yet providing you with an extraordinary canvas to create your personal vision.
Ideally situated near the middle of the south side of the street, the front entrance features a handsome iron-worked stoop, further distinguished by an ornate Italianate cornice and carved brownstone doorway that commands the attention of the entire block. In the back, the south-facing mature garden and terrace stream sunshine and natural light in throughout the day.
At approximately 5,100 square feet, the building spans four stories. With both the parlor floor and the garden level extending 60-feet deep, your renovation plans can create grand-scale front and back rooms on multiple levels. All fireplace flues are intact, and there is also a full cellar.
This is a one-of-a-kind offering in Manhattan, particularly in the ultra-chic and changing landscape of West Chelsea. Shown by appointment only through Shawn Felker at Douglas Elliman or Jane Groveman at Big City Management, Inc.
Listing courtesy of Shawn Felker
Real Estate Taxes
20.75' x 98.75' (44' deep)
Private Outdoor Space
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