Stunning Grand Mansion on the "Real Billionaire's Row" Welcome to this magnificent 6-story townhome on one of Manhattan's most coveted blocks, along the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village. 24 West 10th Street is a one-of-a-kind, superbly renovated residence, with soaring ceilings reaching nearly 13.5 feet, grand living and entertaining spaces, a sunny South-facing garden, front garden, and tranquil rooftop terrace with skyline views. This sprawling, nearly 22' wide, approximately 9,000 square foot home features a stunning brownstone fa ade punctuated by arched windows and an intricate cornice. The interior has 7 bedrooms, 6 full bathrooms, 3 powder rooms, and a stunning blend of restored original details and state-of-the-art upgrades. Surrounded by low landmarked townhouses, dazzling sunlight and Village views are enjoyed throughout the home, enhanced by soaring ceilings on every level. Highlights include an elevator, intricate hardwood floors with hand-laid borders, beautiful crown molding, ceiling medallions, elegant wooden pocket doors, oversized mahogany windows, a chef's kitchen, two kitchenettes, six wood-burning fireplaces with original marble mantels, and a regal central staircase. The finest modern appointments include central air conditioning/heating, Lutron lighting, radiant heated floors, sound system, CAT5 and coax wiring throughout, and outdoor irrigation. HISTORY Built circa 1856 by James Renwick Jr., the famed architect behind St. Patrick's Cathedral and Grace Church, 24 West 10th Street is part of "Renwick Row," or "English Terrace Row." Wide, elegant, shrouded by trees and swathed in amber light, this stately row stands over 165 years later and makes this stretch of 10th Street one of the most spectacular in the city. In 1906, previous owner Cornelius Berrien Mitchell founded the Washington Square Association at 24 West 10th Street, "to maintain and improve the character and culture of the Washington Square neighborhood." The Washington Square Association remains among the oldest civic organizations in the city. Its many endeavors include the Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, Washington Square Spring Music Festival, and the park's numerous projects. LAYOUT The delightful Garden Floor features a spacious den with a kitchenette, powder room, and direct access to the serene south garden. A spacious home office is complete with its own bathroom, and direct access to the home's second entrance, underneath the stoop. This level also affords ample storage, with multiple closets and two storage vaults. The First Floor is comprised of a grand foyer, large chef's kitchen with a breakfast room, stunning formal dining room with an ornate mantel, and a discreet powder room. The spacious eat-in kitchen boasts marble countertops, custom mahogany wood cabinetry, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances. The Parlor Floor is ideal for grand entertaining and lounging, with a formal living room, a plush library with custom built-ins, a convenient powder room, and a hidden wet bar with a wine refrigerator and plenty of storage space. Both rooms have wood-burning fireplaces, and ceiling heights reaching nearly 13.5'. On the Third Floor, the primary bedroom boasts generous proportions, a huge walk-in closet, wood-burning fireplace, and couple's bathroom. There is also a second bedroom with its own fireplace, and a windowed study on this level. The Fourth Floor affords two gracious bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms and ample closets, plus a laundry room with a utility sink. The Fifth Floor features two additional bedrooms, a full bathroom with a skylight, a spacious recreation room with Empire State Building views, and a full kitchenette complete with a wine fridge. The wonderful rooftop terrace is a vibrant garden escape with wooden decking, planters, a vine-strewn pergola, and incredible open views of the Empire State Building, Freedom Tower, and Village streetscape. Ideally situated between 5th and 6th Avenues, 24 West 10th Street is in the heart of the Village, in immediate proximity to the finest restaurants, cafes, shops, and galleries in Manhattan, as well as Washington Square Park and Union Square. *All light fixtures and pier mirrors are excluded from the sale.