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I have a crush. A big one. His name is Horatio. 81, to be specific, just south of the Meatpacking District in the West Village. This townhouse, originally built in 1870, is one half of twin Federal-style homes built for the daughters of a shipping merchant
After being purchased by John de Neufville in 1997, the seven unit property was gutted and painstakingly reworked into two luxurious residences. The architectural details of the home have been restored and replicated wherever possible and the furnishings and finishes chosen respect and reflect the history and integrity of the original home. With a private garden, wine cellar, and rooftop terrace with views of the High Line and Hudson river, the finished product is a stunning example of ideal New York living - for those who can afford it. The property was listed with
last summer for $20,000,000. But hey, a girl can dream, right?
garden living room
main unit floorplan
garden unit floorplan