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27 East 11th Street

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Nov 4, 2021
It previously was on the market for a total of 57 days.
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  • Listed: Sep 8, 2021
    Last Price Change: -1.7% ($495,000) on Nov 4
    Days on Market: 57
    Building Type: Townhouse
    Neighborhood: Greenwich Village (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 1,695 times
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $161,634
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($5,900,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


Perfectly located on a serene tree-lined block along lower Fifth Avenue's Gold Coast, 27 East 11th Street is an impeccably renovated 25-foot wide, 5-story single-family mansion with approximately 9,000 square feet of thoughtful interior living space and over 2,000 square feet in the magnificent garden, 2 terraces and stunning roof deck.

Features of this meticulously renovated home include an elevator that serves all levels from the cellar to the top floor, a fully integrated Savant smart home system, 7 bedrooms and 10 baths, 4 wood-burning fireplaces, 3 gas fireplaces, radiant heat flooring throughout, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, and an 18-zone HVAC system with humidification controls. An elegant, sweeping circular staircase scales the home and brilliant sunlight shines into every floor through large skylights and grand windows along the rear facade.

The Savant smart home system seamlessly manages temperature, lighting, security, intercom, audio/visual and window shades. The entire system can be linked to a smartphone and/or tablet.

An indoor/outdoor security system with 16 cameras includes door, window, and motion sensors. There are over 50 speakers throughout the home for music and sound, and a centralized vacuum cleaning system services all floors.

The front facade has been magnificently restored to reflect the home's original charming features including the wrought iron railing, balcony, historic gas lamp and re-appointed brick.


The fully finished basement affords a wine cellar with temperature controls, a lounge area that can also be used as a gym, a media room, laundry room, bathroom, and building mechanicals.

Garden Floor:

The home's gracious, beautifully planted garden features a gas fireplace, an Alfresco BBQ grill, an outdoor refrigerator, and a snow removal system beneath the blue stone pavers. The private garden is accessed by a set of 3 large French doors.

This outdoor space is ideal for entertaining as its adjacent to the grand kitchen. The Allmilmo kitchen with over 10-foot ceilings has white oak herringbone floors, remote-controlled cabinetry and a Ceasarstone center island. The kitchen is fully equipped with dual Miele ovens, a built-in espresso maker, Gaggenau refrigerator and dishwasher, Subzero wine cooler and Dornbracht faucets.

A large pantry with a dumbwaiter serves this level and the Parlor Floor above. There is a separate guest bedroom suite on this level with a full en suite bath and access to a private entrance. The planted front entryway under the stoop also has a built-in snow removal system and is lit by an historic gas lamp.

Parlor Floor:

The grand stoop leads to the original double doors and through to the impressive Parlor Floor with ceiling heights that soar to over 12 feet and white oak herringbone flooring throughout.

The elegant living room receives brilliant natural light through large front windows. The dining room at the rear is adjacent to the fully equipped butler's pantry complete with a dumbwaiter to the main kitchen, Dornbracht fixtures, a Subzero wine cooler and refrigerator, and Miele oven, cooktop and dishwasher. The dining room also has a large temperature-controlled wine closet.

A set of French doors provides access to the rear terrace that overlooks the planted garden. The wood-burning fireplaces in the living room and dining room both retain their original, restored marble mantles. A powder room with Kallista vanity and fixtures completes this level.

Third Floor:

The Third Floor is comprised of a stately library/study with a wet bar at the front, and a grand bedroom with an en-suite bath at the rear.

The library which enjoys a cozy wood-burning fireplace, custom-built Poliform bookshelves and white oak herringbone flooring can also be used as an additional bedroom served by an adjacent full bath. Large windows in the front room afford beautiful treetop views of 11th Street. The stately rear bedroom has a wall of windows along its expanse, which allow for magnificent sunlight and open views of the private garden below and surrounding townhouse gardens.

Fourth Floor:

The luxurious full-floor primary suite is comprised of a regal bedroom with Juliette balcony overlooking the garden, charming wood-burning fireplace, enormous dressing room with abundant Poliform closets.

The spa bath is lined with Bianco Statuario and Bardiglio marble and features include a Poliform vanity with integrated dual Bianco Statuario marble sinks, a free-standing Kallista soaking tub, Waterworks fixtures, heated towel rack, and a steam shower. This floor also has a quiet office/bedroom with white oak floors and an en suite full bath.

Fifth Floor:

The Fifth Floor consists of 2 additional bedroom suites, 2 full baths, a large playroom and a sunny rear terrace. One of the full baths lies en-suite, and the second full bath is situated separately so it can serve the roof deck above.

There is an additional washer/dryer and sink with a Subzero beverage/wine cooler on this level.

Roof Deck:

The magnificent roof deck with incredible views is complete with an outdoor bar station with a sink, refrigerator and ice machine.


Greek Revival in style, with a handsome stoop, elegant cornices and distinctive wrought ironwork, this home was part of an original row of 4 townhomes from No. 23 - 29 built together in the 1840s. Samuel Holmes, a dry goods merchant, made his home at No.

27, which had been built for him in 1845. In the years that followed, 27 East 11th Street became home to Willard Travell, a notable doctor of the late 1800s - early 1900s, and his family. It is the birthplace of Willard's daughter, Janet Travell, who was elected as the first female White House physician.

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