New York Townhouses still are something that we should talk about. Because COVID brought them back to life and so here we are!

484 Greenwich Street

New York Townhouses

This is a Soho house that belongs to the 20th century. It has modern decor combined with wood floors, a black staircase, and contemporary light fixtures. Besides this, it also has a roof terrace, a sauna, a gym, and a garage with an electric port.

Price: $22.5 million

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854 Fifth Avenue

New York Townhouses

More than a New York townhouse, this is an amazing mansion. This was designed by the same brilliant minds as Grand Central Terminal. A curious thing about this house is that it has hand-painted gold detailing and wood paneling. All of this ends with a terrace with two levels.

Price: $50 million

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12 East 63rd Street

New York Townhouses

This home was designed by the well-known architect Pierre-Yves Rochon and the designer Thierry W. Despont. They made an authentic masterpiece! It has a massage room, a steam room, gym, swimming pool, and a bar.

Price: $65 million

6 Sutton Square

New York Townhouses

One of the most special things about this house is the views of the East River and Queensboro Bridge. Adding this we can find high ceilings, an elevator, a rooftop terrace, but also a spa in the main bedroom.

Price: $28 million

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9 East 92nd Street

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Guess who’s lived here? Gwyneth Paltrow. This is a townhouse inspired by the chateâux in France’s Loire Valley. With a garden that takes our breath away! Also, an orange tree that has fruit all year!

Price: $15,5 million

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20 East 73 rd

New York Townhouses

New York townhouses are simply amazing! This house was built in 1911, with new details, but always preserving the old and historical roots. It includes a gym, terrace, and roof garden with views of Central Park.

Price: $32,5 million

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142 Watts, Tribeca

New York Townhouses

Last, but not least, we can find a magnificent place from 1886. Renowned by the New York architects, Pierce & Dockstader, that built it as a warehouse. William Green Architecture and Lazar Ventures purchased it in 2018 with the goal of turning it into a grand home. And so they did!

Price: $28,5 million

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Credits to Architectural Digest Article