A home on the stately 1800 block of Delancey Place (these days known as Delancey Street) has hit the market to the tune of $3,375,000.
That big-time price tag buys a four-bedroom, four-bathroom home with exactly 5,000 square feet of space. The rowhome manages to stand out from the rest of the equally grand homes on the block due to its prominent bay window.
It’s a big home with four stories—when those stairs get too much to climb, there’s always the home’s elevator. Beyond the front door foyer, the eyes are immediately drawn to the ceiling in the dining room, which features ornate millwork and herringbone patterned hardwood floors.
Up the winding staircases to the third and fourth floors is where you’ll find the four bedrooms, including the master suite on the third level. There are stained glass windows leading the way up the staircase, and down in the basement there’s wine cellar and access to the home’s one-car garage.
- 1833 Delancey Street [Laurie Phillips, BHHS Fox & Roach]