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5A Carmine Street
A great pleasure of Greenwich Village is the hidden enclaves that you can discover. On Carmine Street, across from the beautifully restored Father Demo square is a gate you have never noticed before. You enter and walk along a horse walk and there a lane appears with 3 charming 1850's brick townhouses. Lit by the leaf dappled sun or the restored historic gas lamp, one is thrilled so discover a secret treasure.
Built in 1858 5A Carmine is a charming single family home. The Dutch door opens to the welcoming parlor floor and features the living room with a wood burning fire place, kitchen, and a powder room. There is a handsome original mahogany banister which leads to the upper floors where there are 3-4 bedrooms, 2 with wood burning fireplaces and 2 full baths. The basement is clean and dry with high ceilings and could easily be used as a family room.
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