Manhattan's Narrowest House Can Be Yours (For $14,000 a Month)

Interested in renting a historical home frequently snapped by tourists’ flashbulbs? Have a spare $14,000 to spend every month? Well we’ve got a deal for you!

Manhattan’s narrowest townhouse, which has housed the likes of Edna St. Vincent Millay, Cary Grant and Margaret Mead, has been on the market since May. This week, however, the brokers at Town Residential warmed to the idea of renting the historic 9.5 foot-wide home, the Daily News reported.

“We’ve had quite a few rental showings this week,” said Town’s Bo Paulson who is currently working on the property. Mr. Paulson added that the townhouse has quite a few interesting characteristics, aside from its oft-discussed narrow facade and famous residents. “There is a shared garden in the back that is quite remarkable,” he said, adding that the spacious back plot was “rather unique, especially for a smaller property like that.”

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