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33 Perry Street

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Jun 29, 2023
It previously was on the market for a total of 105 days.
105 days on Market

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Key Details

  • Listed: Mar 16, 2023
    Last Price Change: -8.1% ($1.364M) on Jun 29
    Days on Market: 105
    Building Type: Townhouse
    Neighborhood: West Village (Manhattan)
    Listing viewed 1,103 times
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $85,631 ($9.88/ft2)
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($3,107,200), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.


33 Perry Street
A Renaissance Romanesque style villa, a home of grand proportions and abundant greenery, and arguably the most handsome building on one of the best blocks in the West Village.

Built 86’ deep, lot size 25’-7" x 95’-1" irregular (the rear is 27’-2" wide)
Interior light well, four skylights and a small rear yard (+/-9’ x19’)

Three Stories, each 2,167 square feet, plus Cellar and Rooftop.
Ceiling Heights are 11’-8", 10’-2 and 10’-4" on floors 1,2 and 3 respectively.

Total interior square footage of 8,668 sf, 6,502 interior square feet of living space, plus a full cellar of 2,167 square feet with 9’-0"ceilings.

Spectacular 2,167 square feet, full building roof garden that is secluded, yet open to views and light in all directions.
Lush rooftop plantings and Irrigation System.

Three unit residential C of O
Two, one bedroom rental apartments
A four bedroom owner’s duplex with stairs to the roof garden
Large home studio on the first floor
North, South and West Exposures

Stained glass, diamond pane, industrial steel and historic arched wood windows and contemporary cherry woodwork maintains historic detail.

Six working, wood burning fireplaces with a variety of mantel styles and plaster reliefs.

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.

This unique townhouse began life as a horse stable built by Charles Pearsall in 1897 evolving over the past century and a half into an incredible residential oasis! In the 1920’s, the buildings 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. Graced over the years with society tenants and parties whose secrets will live within its walls, it has, for the past forty years, been home to the present loving owners who treasured it.

Dubbed the "Castle in the Village" it presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to create a masterpiece!

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Building Amenities

  • Pre War
  • Rooftop Terrace