33 Perry Street

W. Greenwich Village   |   Waverly Place & West 4th Street

Building For Sale
$ 17,900,000
Ownership Multi-Family
Lot Size 25'8"x95'
Floors/Apts 3/4
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Per Annum] $ 38,272
Building Type Townhouse
Building Size 25'8"x90'
ASF/ASM 6,608/614
Listing ID: 86437TH

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Property Description

33 Perry Street is a home of grand proportions and abundant greenery- and arguably the most handsome building on one of the best blocks in the best neighborhood.

26 Foot Village Townhouse with exceptionally large roof garden!

33 Perry Street is a Renaissance Romanesque style villa on one of the most coveted blocks in the West Village. Its high three stories are built 86' deep on a 95' lot and encompass 6502 square feet of living space plus a full cellar of 2167 square feet with high ceilings and a spectacular full building roof garden of another 2167 square feet. It can be delivered vacant or with rental income in place.

History
33 Perry was built by Charles Pearsall as a stable in 1897. The contractor's son and architect Henry Andruss, Jr designed a dignified brick and granite structure with rusticated base, corner quoins, granite string courses, arched upper windows and an articulated copper cornice. The style of a classic Italian 'Villa Rustica' - the nobility's working farm manor - is apt for an urban commercial stable.

In the 1920's, the carriage doors were replaced by the current central window. The horse ramp and the 26 stalls were removed and new residential apartments were created by architect Harris V. Hartman. Befitting the Romanesque style, Hartman added elements of historic craftsmanship; wrought iron gates and lanterns, inlaid tiles, stained glass, plaster reliefs and the imposing riveted plank entry door.

Configuration
The lot size is 25'-7" x 95'-1 " irregular (the rear is 27'-2 " wide). Lot area is 2,425.7 SF. The building is built 86' deep with an interior light well and a small rear yard (+/-9' x19'). The building is currently configured as a three unit residence, with two 1-bedroom rental apartments, and a 4-bedroom owner occupied duplex with stairs to the roof garden. The owner also retains the large home studio on the first floor. The cellar space is vacant except for a small boiler room and laundry area.

Features
Ceiling heights are 11'-8", 10'-2 and 10'-4" on floors 1,2 and 3 respectively. The cellar floor height is 9'-0".

There are north, south and western exposures with stained glass, diamond pane, industrial steel and historic arched wood windows as well as an interior lightwell and 4 skylights all providing light.

There are 6 working wood fireplaces with a variety of mantel styles and plaster reliefs.

Contemporary cherry woodwork maintains historic detail.

The rental units provide income potential that generally covers taxes, insurance, utilities and maintenance expenses for the entire building as an investment property.

The large floor plates and multiple exposures allow for flexible planning in any renovation.

The cellar has great potential for exercise, recreation, shop, and/or storage spaces.

The studio is ideal for an artist or as a large home office or entertainment suite.

The rooftop terrace is private, yet open to views and light in all directions with delightful plantings.

The terrace is larger than any yard or any yard and roof terrace combined in the neighborhood.

33 Perry Street is a home of grand proportions and abundant greenery- and arguably the most handsome building on one of the best blocks in the best neighborhood.

26 Foot Village Townhouse with exceptionally large roof garden!

33 Perry Street is a Renaissance Romanesque style villa on one of the most coveted blocks in the West Village. Its high three stories are built 86' deep on a 95' lot and encompass 6502 square feet of living space plus a full cellar of 2167 square feet with high ceilings and a spectacular full building roof garden of another 2167 square feet. It can be delivered vacant or with rental income in place.

History
33 Perry was built by Charles Pearsall as a stable in 1897. The contractor's son and architect Henry Andruss, Jr designed a dignified brick and granite structure with rusticated base, corner quoins, granite string courses, arched upper windows and an articulated copper cornice. The style of a classic Italian 'Villa Rustica' - the nobility's working farm manor - is apt for an urban commercial stable.

In the 1920's, the carriage doors were replaced by the current central window. The horse ramp and the 26 stalls were removed and new residential apartments were created by architect Harris V. Hartman. Befitting the Romanesque style, Hartman added elements of historic craftsmanship; wrought iron gates and lanterns, inlaid tiles, stained glass, plaster reliefs and the imposing riveted plank entry door.

Configuration
The lot size is 25'-7" x 95'-1 " irregular (the rear is 27'-2 " wide). Lot area is 2,425.7 SF. The building is built 86' deep with an interior light well and a small rear yard (+/-9' x19'). The building is currently configured as a three unit residence, with two 1-bedroom rental apartments, and a 4-bedroom owner occupied duplex with stairs to the roof garden. The owner also retains the large home studio on the first floor. The cellar space is vacant except for a small boiler room and laundry area.

Features
Ceiling heights are 11'-8", 10'-2 and 10'-4" on floors 1,2 and 3 respectively. The cellar floor height is 9'-0".

There are north, south and western exposures with stained glass, diamond pane, industrial steel and historic arched wood windows as well as an interior lightwell and 4 skylights all providing light.

There are 6 working wood fireplaces with a variety of mantel styles and plaster reliefs.

Contemporary cherry woodwork maintains historic detail.

The rental units provide income potential that generally covers taxes, insurance, utilities and maintenance expenses for the entire building as an investment property.

The large floor plates and multiple exposures allow for flexible planning in any renovation.

The cellar has great potential for exercise, recreation, shop, and/or storage spaces.

The studio is ideal for an artist or as a large home office or entertainment suite.

The rooftop terrace is private, yet open to views and light in all directions with delightful plantings.

The terrace is larger than any yard or any yard and roof terrace combined in the neighborhood.


Listing Courtesy of Corcoran Group

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33 Perry Street W. Greenwich Village New York NY 10014

Building Details [33 Perry Street]

Ownership Multi-Family
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Walk-up
Block/Lot 613/36
Building Size 25'8"x90'
Zoning R6
Building Type Townhouse
Floors/Apts 3/4
Lot Size 25'8"x95'

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