Modern glamour comes to a historic Hudson Square townhouse for $1.35M

Nathan Law

Listing photos by Brad at DD Reps To be precise, this home is located in the Charlton-King-VanDam Historic District, a tiny section of the Hudson Square neighborhood that has the largest concentration of Federal and Greek Revival style houses in New York City. This two-bedroom duplex is within one such 1830s townhouse at 49 […]

Listing photos by Brad at DD Reps

To be precise, this home is located in the Charlton-King-VanDam Historic District, a tiny section of the Hudson Square neighborhood that has the largest concentration of Federal and Greek Revival style houses in New York City. This two-bedroom duplex is within one such 1830s townhouse at 49 King Street, and it’s currently on the market for $1,350,000. While it retains historic details like exposed brick and the original pine plank flooring, the home also underwent a modern renovation that added contemporary-glam touches.

The entrance is on the upper level, where the living/dining room and kitchen are all open. In the living room, there’s a wood-burning fireplace, exposed whitewashed brick, and large south-facing windows. The kitchen has custom cabinetry, natural quartzite countertops, a Bertazzoni range, Subzero fridge, and Bosch dishwasher.

Up a few stairs from the living room is a narrow office/guest room. But despite its footprint, the space has everything you need, including a closet, washer/dryer, and en-suite bathroom.

Down a spiral staircase is the lower-level bedroom suite, which has another wood-burning fireplace, as well as an oversized walk-in closet and a bathroom with a deep soaking tub.

47-49 King Street is a small, self-managed cooperative. Each unit has its own large storage unit (3.5×7.5) and bike storage. There’s also a gorgeous shared courtyard with seating areas and a grill.

[Listing details: 49 King Street, Apt. 5 at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Frank Giordano]

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Listing photos by Brad at DD Reps


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49 King Street, co-ops, duplexes


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Hudson Square

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