114 Waverly Place
114 Waverly Place is a House located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood in Manhattan, NY.
TO BE SOLD PURSUANT TO AN EXTENDED CLOSING
ESTATE SALE: 114 Waverly Place is one of nine homes which were built on Waverly Place in 1826 for Thomas R. Mercein, President of New York Equitable Fire Insurance Company(and City Comptroller). Of the four left standing, 114 Waverly was renovated in 1920 by William Sanger for Murray P. Bewley. The straight roofline was replaced with an immense parabolic sweep enframing an arched studio window typical of the Art Nouveau style. The entrance floor has Italianate styling, with English basement stoop and round-arched doorway and windows. The painter, Jacob Getlar Smith, worked there in the 1940’s in the top floor studio replete with 16ft beamed ceilings. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to gut renovate this one of a kind Village Gem. Delivered Vacant.
|Real Estate Taxes||$58,715 [Per Annum]||Year Assessed||2018-2019|
|Commission||2.5% to Buyer’s Broker|
|Total Assessed Value||$461,632|
|Ownership||Multi-Family [4 to 6]||Building Type||Townhouse|
|C of O||N/A||Initial Showing||10/12/2018|
|On Market||1 Day||Status||Active|
|R / B / B||0/0/0|
|Lot Size||22′ x 97′||Built Size||22′ x 55′|