Manhattan’s oldest home hits the market for .9M

Manhattan’s oldest home hits the market for $8.9M

Darling, you don’t look a day over 227!

A captivating New York Metropolis house replete with fireplaces, hardwood flooring of varied widths and uncovered brick particulars has hit the marketplace for $8.9 million — nevertheless it’s a one-of-a-kind attribute that makes this East Village residence actually stand out.

Positioned on Stuyvesant Avenue close to East tenth Avenue, and relationship to 1795 — when America was then a newly unbiased nation — this unfold has the uncommon distinction of being Manhattan’s oldest single-family house, in accordance with its itemizing. What’s extra: The roughly 5,500-square-foot dwelling has been repeatedly used as a single-family home since that long-ago 12 months — and this marks its very first time on the market, the itemizing provides.

Mansion International studies the property was constructed for Nicholas William Stuyvesant, the great-great-grandson of Peter Stuyvesant. The latter Stuyvesant — for whom the downtown public highschool is called — was the director-general of New Netherland, which was the Dutch colony that included New York Metropolis’s precursor, New Amsterdam. The elder Stuyvesant was additionally credited with creating the primary municipal authorities of New Amsterdam in 1653. The home seems to have remained within the household for hundreds of years.

The 24-foot-wide residence stands on Stuyvesant Avenue within the East Village.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

The property doesn’t shy from old-world touches, akin to hardwood flooring, moldings and a number of fireplaces.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

Oversize home windows usher in pure gentle.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

The formal eating room.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

The structure is all unique, save for the kitchen.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

There are 5 bedrooms inside.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

An artist’s studio with a skylight.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

A toilet with a deep clawfoot tub.MW Studio for The Corcoran Group

The Federal-style providing stands 24 ft broad, and comes with 5 bedrooms, 4 loos and a powder room, in accordance with its itemizing. Inside, there are eight fireplaces — one among which is within the cozy formal eating room — and an artist’s studio with excessive ceilings and a skylight.

Regardless of its spectacular age, the house maintained good condition — and itemizing photographs present preserved moldings on the ceilings and over doorways, and a sturdy staircase connecting the degrees. The loos have deep clawfoot tubs. The inside structure is unique, apart from the kitchen.

Exterior, a brand new proprietor can get a landscaped backyard that’s fenced in for privateness. The house moreover stands in a historic district with landmark standing, which suggests the instant space will maintain its look completely.

The perfect side of the house is its seeming secrecy — a legacy house that opens itself to homeowners and visitors behind an unassuming brick exterior.

“Exterior, it’s so plain, easy and understated,” the itemizing consultant — Monica Rittersporn of the Corcoran Group — instructed Mansion International. “However inside, the size is grand and exquisite. There’s nothing ostentatious about this home.”

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