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44 Stuyvesant Street, #NA

East Village

 |  5 Beds  |  4.5 Baths  |  5,500SF


44 Stuyvesant Street - A house to fall in love with! The location of this house within The St. Marks Place Historic district cannot be more serene and picturesque than where Stuyvesant Street meets East 10th Street. A wonderful & immense early Federal House that was built in 1795, for Nicholas William Stuyvesant the great- great- grandson of Peter Stuyvesant. This house has huge historical significance as it is the oldest building in Manhattan that has been used continuously as a single family house residence. This elegant home is approximately 5500' - 24' wide with generously scaled rooms with beautiful proportions it also has 8 fireplaces (non-working). The large scale of the house allows for extremely gracious living with 5 bedrooms and 4 & half bathrooms plus a formal dining room and a great artist studio that is 23' x 28' with skylight and soaring 12.5' ceilings!
This house has brilliant light, exceptional views and 5 Floors! Garden, Parlor, 2nd Floor, 3rd floor & 4th Floor. A lovingly landscaped garden is here too.
This is an exceptionally unique moment to own a very special house. Showings by appointment only. Listing courtesy of Corcoran Group

Property Details

  • Single Family


  • WasherDryerAllowed; Pets: UnitNo
  • BuildingYes

The Neighborhood

Clinton Hill

For information on 44 Stuyvesant Street, #NA contact:

realtor top real estate agent

Jacob Goldman

Founder, Principal Broker


Founder, Principal Broker

Listing courtesy of Corcoran Group
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