A historic Washington Square West townhouse on Portico Row has now undergone its second pricechop, bringing its asking down to $2,395,000 after originally listing for $2,700,000 last September.
It was the first time the elegant home had hit the market in 17 years. The last time this home was on the market was in 1999, when it sold for $580,000.
But within a month of listing, it slashed $150,000 off its asking. Now, another another $155,000 has been cut.
The beautiful Greek Revival home is certified historic and was one of the 16 homes on Portico Row designed by architect Thomas Ustick Walter in 1832. Utsick is perhaps most well-known for designing the iconic dome of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. Portico Row was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
It’s incredibly stately and spacious: The 6,290 square-square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, plus six working fireplaces.
Think the pricechop will help this Washington Square West home find a buyer? Let’s have another look at the property.
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