House for sale, 25 Stuyvesant Street East Village, in New York, United States

25 Stuyvesant St, New York, NY 10003, USA, 25 Stuyvesant Street
Semi-detached house • 12 room(s) • 4 bed. • 4 bath. • 315.87 m² • ref: 1545083200486626737
Renovated Village Landmark District Townhouse - Modernized with Original Detail Restored. Located on one of the most beautiful tree-lined streets in the Village, this magnificent five-story (plus clear basement) Anglo-Italianate townhouse offers everything one dreams of in a Village house – completely renovated and updated in 2013 with its original detail meticulously restored, in a historic landmark Village location. 25 Stuyvesant is one of a long row of houses set back from the street, built in 1861 by James Renwick, Jr. (architect of Grace Church and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, among many others). Behind this handsome historic facade lies a five-story, approximately 3,400 sqft, single-family home, impeccably renovated with all new systems, mechanicals, finishes, and lighting (including LeFroy Brooks and Dornbracht bathroom fixtures, custom Bulthaup kitchen, Miele, Wolf/SubZero appliances, multiple-zone Mitsubishi HVAC, Swiss Runtal hydronic heating), while retaining its exquisitely restored original moldings and historic features (working fireplaces etc). The building has been lovingly cared for and beautifully maintained since. 25 Stuyvesant boasts of elegant scale, with generous and gracious high-ceilinged rooms that are dappled in sunlight. It teems with original historic detail and features a beautifully landscaped garden with mature plantings, plus open views from its roof in all directions. 4 Bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, two half bathrooms. Layout: Finished Basement with mechanicals and storage Garden Level: Entrance under stoop into front foyer's finished Mud Room. Office in front, half bath and Art Studio with glass wall and French doors access to landscaped Garden. First Floor: Kitchen, Dining Room, Pantry Second Floor: Living Room, Study, Powder Room Third Floor: Primary Bedroom, Walk-in Closets, Primary Bath Fourth Floor: Bedrooms 2 and 3, Full Bath Fifth Floor: Bedroom 4 and Office, Full Bath Historical Context: The Anglo-Italianate row of 23-35 Stuyvesant Street was completed in 1861 as part of the larger "triangle" formed by the point where East 10th Street meets Stuyvesant. The neighborhood is anchored by the St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery Church, built on land originally purchased by Petrus Stuyvesant in 1651 from the Dutch West India Company to build a "family chapel." Petrus Stuyvesant laid out the street plan for the development of his property in 1787, naming several nearby streets after his children, Judith, Elizabeth, Margaret, and Cornelia. His son, Peter, would famously go on to found the New York Historical Society while his grandson, Hamilton Fish, born at 21 Stuyvesant Street, would later become Governor of New York and then Secretary of State for eight years.




Living315.87 m²
Air conditioning

25 Stuyvesant Street, New York