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Washington Square home with atrium, private courtyard asks $2.3M

It has three beds, four baths, and multiple living areas

Drew Callaghan, via The Mike McCann Team

A 100-year-old brick townhouse that sits in Washington Square West just listed for $2,250,000—and it has luxury written all over it.

The three-bed, four-bath home offers 4,000 square feet of space. It opens to a living area (the first of several) with a working fireplace and shadow box molding. An added bonus to this first floor is the small, tranquil atrium, which is enclosed in glass walls and features a skylight and fountain.

Head back into the home and there’s the first of two kitchens—the other is a catering kitchen on the lower level. The first floor also has a wood-paneled study—which the current owners have converted into a dining room—and great room, which sits at 450 square feet with a high cathedral ceiling.

The second and third floors hold the bedrooms, as well as a unique tiled bathroom with two sink rooms (each behind its own curtain). Outside, there’s a nearly 900 square foot private courtyard, hidden from the street behind a brick wall and original iron gate.

If you’re eager to check out the home for yourself, no problem. There’s an open house on Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m.