In the same family since 1959 this Greek Revival house built in 1836 has literary provenance and is ready for your story. Jane Jacobs wrote her iconic work, 'The Death and Life of Great American Cities' while renting a room at 27 Bethune Street. Kurt Vonnegut set the New York home of the main character of his novel 'Mother Night' at 27 Bethune Street. In recent years the house was the weekly site of poetry salons presided over by the owner. The house is 22 feet wide. It has a large and lovely 35 foot deep garden. Currently the house is set up as three apartments and has approximately 3520 interior square feet. There is additional FAR of approximately 2066. There are lovely original details on the parlor floor, high ceilings and beautiful light. On quiet and charming Bethune Street, in the heart of the West Village, this is your chance to create the home of your dreams

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