Townhouses for sale in NYC: See what’s on the market in the $3-12m range. At Vandenberg, Inc. – The Townhouse Experts ™, our sole focus is townhouse brokerage in New York City. We are experts at guiding townhouse owners and buyers through the complexities of townhouse sales, purchases, and investment. Below is a list of our current townhouses for sale.
For showings contact our buyer specialist, Cathy Connolly, 212-769-2900.
140 West 75th Street
21′ x 102′ Built 70′ deep
140 West 75th Street is ready to become one of this city’s premier residences. It is 21′ wide with 6,926 interior square feet, not counting the cellar level. There is enough remaining FAR to build approximately 3,400 additional square feet, according to PropertyShark, pending zoning and historic district regulations. Consult your architect. The approximately 600-square-foot, south-facing garden is to die for. Appropriate paperwork to vacate the house has been obtained by the current owner. It can be delivered vacant, allowing you to start plans for construction almost immediately. (More Info)
144 West 73rd Street
20′ x 102′ Built 70′ deep
Situated at the center of a row of historic, single-family homes, 144 West 73rd Street is a 20′-wide, five-story townhouse ready to be renovated into your deluxe, single-family elevator mansion. This classic, Queen Anne brownstone can be delivered vacant. It has enough FAR to allow for an 8,000-square-foot total interior, not including below-grade space. (Pending zoning and landmarks regulations; consult your architect.) Best of all, it sits on West 73rd Street, one of the most desirable townhouse blocks on the Upper West Side. Bring your architect and get started right away. (More Info)
305 West 71st Street
25′ x 102′ lot, Built 64′ deep
Featured in The New York Times! Convert this extra-wide neo-Georgian mansion to the single-family home of your dreams, or move into the luxurious owner’s unit and collect rental income! High ceilings and majestic sweeping space, rare for a townhouse, define this secluded home. Located a short walk from Lincoln Center, this cul-de-sac block provides privacy. The current owners occupy the luxurious parlour floor and third floor, while using the garden floor as a business office. Create a single-family mansion, or rejoin the garden floor with the other two floors for a triplex, or with the high-ceilinged basement for an owner’s quadruplex.
Newly Renovated Owner’s Triplex, plus Income!
308 West 78th Street
20′ x 102′ Built 74′ deep, with a 4-story double wide extension
This 20′ townhouse is a turn-key, live-with-income opportunity on a coveted Riverside Park block. The newly-renovated, owner’s south garden triplex has sky-high ceilings and crisp, contemporary finishes, while seven additional units offer high income. Get More Info
Carnegie Hill Single-Family with South Garden
134 East 95th Street
18′ x 100”, Built 50′ deep plus 2-story extension
This sun-flooded, single-family brownstone offers five generous bedrooms, a renovated kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, plenty of glass, and a sun-drenched, 50-foot south garden. Original details include woodwork, arched and bay windows, wood burning fireplaces, and exposed brick. From the historic stoop to the romantic library, this home offers character and charm on a tree-lined, East Side block. Get More Info
1 Sidney Place
15′ x 99.75′ lot, Built 84′ deep
Live on a beautiful street, just steps away from Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Promenade, and numerous subways, with not one but two parking places of your own. As a corner house, this building is much deeper than most townhouses, and spectacular sunlight from the side windows creates a feeling of expansiveness. Move into the sumptuous owner’s duplex, with 13’8″ ceilings in the parlour, and collect rental income from the rest of the building. This gorgeous Brooklyn Heights townhouse is full of fascinating history. In the 1930s, it was the home to artist John Graham, a mentor to Jackson Pollock, Willem de Koonig, and Arshile Gorky. He was one of the founders of the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, which became the Guggenheim Museum. Also, “one of the best known businesspeople in Brooklyn” (according to The New York Times), Walter N. De Grauw, lived in this home. And more recently, following the façade and stoop replacement, this brownstone received the Brooklyn Heights Association Award for Most Improved Exterior in the Heights.
331 West 87th Street
15′ x 100′ lot, Built 68′ deep
Located on a picturesque townhouse block, this Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert house is rich with original details: a bridal bench, a beautiful skylight, original restored floors, a Juliet balcony, fireplaces with original mantelpieces, and an original intercom. High ceilings and a large, welcoming foyer create a feeling of grandness. The New York Times has said that Gilbert’s work “came to define the upper-class residence.” His love of the French Renaissance styling shines through in the voussoirs above each window and molded decorative keystones. Enjoy the proximity of Riverside Park and the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. Move into the beautiful, sunny parlor floor owner’s unit with access to the garden, and collect rental income from the five units in the rest of the building.
Sun-Drenched Single-Family with Convenient Office
410 Clinton Street
$3,200,000 – PRICE ADJUSTED!
16.67′ x 81′, Built 50′ deep plus 2-story extension
410 Clinton Street is a sun-drenched, Carroll Gardens single-family townhouse with a professional space on the garden floor. An open floor plan, high ceilings, and over-sized windows create a feeling of depth and breadth. Zoned as a single-family home with a garden-level office space, this home allows you to renovate the garden level to create another 900+ square feet of living space. Alternatively, you can use the garden level as your own professional space, or rent out the garden/basement office duplex and enjoy high monthly income. Get More Info
Single-Family Murray Hill Townhouse with Spectacular Views!
132 East 38th Street
$3,000,000 – PRICE ADJUSTED!
20′ x 24.74′
Called a “jewel box” by The New York Times, this 20′-wide, single-family townhouse is a must-see. Enjoy 2400 square feet of living, plus 800 square feet of outdoor space on a quiet block only a brisk walk from midtown. Get More Info
340 East 77th Street Triplex
25′ x 102′ lot, Built 48′ deep
This luxury rental boasts three newly-renovated levels and a 1,350 square foot multi-level garden. With four bedrooms, three full baths, two fireplaces, and a fully-finished cellar level, this 25-foot-wide rental is rich with modern elegance. A gut renovation was completed in 2009. The kitchen features state-of-the-art appliances including a wine cooler. The master bedroom includes a white marble wood-burning fireplace and a walk-in closet. Enjoy the beautiful, modern light fixtures on every floor. Read or barbecue in the enormous, park-like garden, or look down at it from the balcony overlooks. This building is walking distance from Carl Schurz Park, John Jay Playground, Chapin School, and The Birch Wathen Lenox School. The security system is an ADT Fire and Entry System. All windows and doors are secured, and the alarm system is integrated with the intercom system, with cameras in the front and in the garden. The building includes an industrial-strength two zone central air system. Window treatments are included. The rental begins on July 1.
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