The stunning home is now asking $350,000 less
Just a few months ago, 27 Vandam Street, a stunningly magnificent Federal-style townhouse in Soho was asking $16.3 million — a reasonable price considering that the house, built in 1823, has been thoroughly renovated over the years. The home has received a slight price chop, now asking $15.95 million, $350,000 less than what it wanted nine months ago.
The 19th-century home was once profiled by the New York Times and is said to have once been owned by choreographer Paul Taylor, who split the house into four separate units. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom house has since been redesigned, by Matthew Baird Architects, as a single-family dwelling complete with impeccable amenities that include 11-foot high ceilings, three skylights, six wood-burning fireplaces, a large eat-in kitchen, huge back patio and garden, and an outdoor Japanese soaking tub/jacuzzi located on the master bedroom’s private terrace.
- Listing: 27 Vandam Street [Douglas Elliman]
- 27 Vandam Street [StreetEasy]
- Historic Soho Home With Deck and Jacuzzi Wants $16.3M [Curbed]
- SoHo Townhouse at $16.3 Million [NYT]