Narrow House in Greenwich Village

Narrow House in Greenwich Village

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Regina Yunghans
Aug 27, 2009

Small spaces are our focus, but even we flinched at this narrow landmark house in Greenwich Village...

At nine-and-a-half feet in width and about 950 total square feet, it's full of small space solutions suited for even the very high end of NYC's market. Judging from the above photo and the floorplan, it looks like the kitchen burners are set in a very shallow countertop. We're thinking it's a single row of burners instead of the typical two-deep we see on most off-the-shelf cooktops. Love this move in what is surely a tight kitchen.

The house just hit the market: See the full listing here. Read up on the notorious house's history (as Edna St. Vincent Millay's residence, a cobbler's, a candy shop and more...) at New York Architecture.

Via: Curbed. Images: New York Architecture, Corcoran

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