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38 Prince Street via Time Equities 38 Prince Street via Time Equities
While the conversion of the Old Saint Patrick’s School and Convent into Residences at Prince has attracted attention as one of the city’s most interesting new developments, its adjoining townhouse at 38 Prince Street is the undisputed crown jewel of the collection. Marvel Architects’ stunning yet sensitive transformation keeps the 1826 building’s facade intact which is a combination of Federal and Greek Revival styles showed off in its classic triangular pediment andoculus windows.

The five-story, 8,069-square-foot home has seven bedrooms, seven full baths, three half baths, and three working fireplaces. It is listed for $23.5 million by Leslie J. Garfield.
38 Prince Street #TH floor plan Floor plan via Time Equities
For the first two years, the buyer of the townhouse will have free access to all amenities of The Residences at Prince, which include a climate-controlled wine cellar, private storage, bike room, private storage, cold storage, fitness center with yoga studio, and snow removal.
There are several nods to the building’s history in the form of paneled doors and replicated historic moldings.
38-Prince-Street-2 Upper level
With its high ceilings and wet bar, the parlor floor’s formal living and dining rooms were made for entertaining.
38-Prince-Street-3 Parlor floor
The open kitchen’s expansive marble countertops, Smallbone cabinetry, and La Cornue range are a chef’s dream come true.
38-Prince-Street-4 Kitchen
A casual dining room faces the townhouse's private garden.
38-Prince-Street-5 Dining room
The bi-level garden has an outdoor kitchen.
38-Prince-Street-6 Garden
The ultra-private master floor has a study, dressing room, and powder room.
38-Prince-Street-7 Master bedroom
Spa-like master bath has Waterworks fixtures.
38-Prince-Street-8 Master bath
The top two floors are home to a family room and playroom.
38-Prince-Street-9 Family room
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