A rare Manhattan home that oozes timeless elegance and stands out in a star-studded neighborhood has hit the market for $10 million, the Post has learned.
This four-story townhouse is located in the highly sought-after McDougall-Sullivan Gardens, a hidden gem of New York City in Greenwich Village.
Located at 182 Sullivan St., this architectural marvel was constructed in 1899 in the Greek Revival style, making it a true testament to the city’s rich heritage.
The queen of fashion, Anna Wintour, resides on this row — whose technicolor homes resemble a box of crayons in a row — and a new homeowner can count her as a neighbor.
As you step through the door of the home, you’ll be transported back in time, surrounded by classic details that hark back to bygone eras. From the bookshelves to the exposed brick, each feature adds to the home’s charm.
The garden level features a comfortable living room, a dining room, a well-appointed kitchen, and a convenient powder room.
Moving to the second floor, you’ll find the formal living room, a primary bedroom with an en-suite bath – and a study with 12-foot-high ceilings.
The upper duplex, starting on the third floor, features a light-filled living room, an open kitchen and dining room concept, an office space, and a full bath.
Ascending to the fourth floor, you will find a primary bedroom with an en suite bath, a second bedroom with its own en suite bath, a den, and a laundry area.
Completing the property is a full basement with laundry facilities, providing ample storage and additional possibilities for customization, the listing notes.
Over the years, the McDougall-Sullivan Gardens have attracted many famous names. Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan and visionary director Baz Luhrmann frequented the area.
Notable residents include John Hammond Jr. and composer Edgard Varis. Even Hollywood heartthrob Richard Gere and respected film director Francesco Carrozzini have made this neighborhood their haven.
This historic district, consisting of 22 townhouses, is home to a shared secret garden that spans nearly a block—accessed exclusively through the homes’ backyards.
Hikari Hathaway of Corcoran holds the listing.