As if it’s not tough enough to find the right property in New York City, given the absurdly fractional vacancy rates, lack of inventory, skyrocketing valuations and “American Ninja”-type competition among stark-raving buyers. For some home hunters, however, there’s an additional consideration that must be taken into the already-difficult equation: Superstition.
The Italians and Brits haven’t always gotten along so great (see: Henry VIII, World War II, World Cup 2014, et al.). But the two nations put all that ugliness behind them to meld together and stylize this 28-foot-wide Anglo-Italianate townhouse at Stuyvesant Square Park.
SPECS AND THE CITY: 6,494 square feet, five bedrooms, six bathrooms, Gramercy
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