It’s Free to Look: 111 Bank Street

 

This West Village townhouse has a location worthy of a thousand New York clichés.

Friends and film crews alike will swoon over this spot on a delightful cobblestone street. One hundred eleven Bank Street is just steps from High Line Park, where residents clamber for the chance to walk a mere few feet of abandoned rail line. Not to mention that it’s a quick stroller ride to the Bleecker Street playground, where an afternoon sighting of celebrity spawn is virtually guaranteed.

Plus, the proximity to Magnolia Bakery guarantees a daily sugar rush and 1,000 tourists on those lovely summer evenings.

Without all these delightful New York tourist traps, it’s hard to imagine why anyone would have built a townhouse here in 1844. But thanks to that long-gone visionary, today you can own a 2,000-square-foot family home, plus four one-bedroom apartments, for $8.95 million, according to the Halstead listing. —Laura Kusisto

 

This West Village townhouse has a location worthy of a thousand New York clichés.

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