Fireplace | High ceilings | Multi-level
This attractive house was built by Cornelius L. Lacost in 1848 as his own home. He had purchased the land early the same year from John B. Ireland, a descendant of Fair Ireland whose farm originally included this entire block. Lacost sold No. 46 a year later to Francis Mallaby, the first name which appears on the tax records. The house has roof cornices with modillions and has retained its original simple window lintels at the second and third floors. The house currently has two apartments a duplex on the ground and second floor and a one bedroom on the third floor. Located in the West Village the property is close to New York's newest Park, the High Line and minutes from the best shopping and restaurants. Make this the home you've always wanted. Delivered Vacant. Built: 20X55 Lot:20X61; 3 Story 2 units; Block/Lot: 626/30; Zoning: C1-6: Building Sq Ft:3000 (excluding basement): Annual Real Estate Taxes: $19,064
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41 Madison Ave New York, NY 10010 | Phone: 212.557.6500