258 W 24th St
New York, NY 10011 (Chelsea)
$9,035,727 Trulia Estimate

258 W 24th St
New York, NY 10011

(Chelsea)
  • 3,335 sqft
  • 1,646 sqft lot size
  • Single-Family Home
Off Market · Public Record
$9,035,727 Trulia Estimate
258 W 24th St
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Home Details

Overview
  • Single-Family Home
  • Built in 1920
  • 1,646 sqft lot size
  • 3,335 sqft
Description

This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from April 15, 2009
Originally built circa 1848, this pristine townhouse has been gut-renovated with comfort and beauty in mind, as well as a new extension that adds ample square footage. The house's four stories of living space are currently configured to accommodate a gracious owner's triplex with four bedrooms, three and one half bathrooms, and a private decked roof terrace. The rooms are all classically proportioned, and complimented by the charm of two working fireplaces, glass pocket doors on the parlor level, beautiful hardwood floors, and the ease of central heat and air conditioning. Skylights above the central staircase allow light to pour in throughout the residence, while large windows and high ceilings perpetuate a sense of plentiful space on all three levels. The generous eat-in chef's kitchen is outfitted with Viking and Miele appliances and enjoys a wall of windows overlooking the south-facing garden, which is attractively decked and landscaped. The garden level has a separate entrance and also has access to the garden. This versatile ground floor space can be used as part of the main residence, or could be configured as a private office suite, luxurious guest or service quarters, or even a separate rental unit. The townhouse is ideally located to take full advantage of city living, on a quiet residential street that is just a block from two subway and bus lines, down the block from the Whole Foods grocery store, and merely steps from the myriad cultural destinations that Chelsea has to offer. The owner's triplex is also available for rent at $14,500 per month. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Rich with history and downtown appeal, the Chelsea neighborhood was originally populated by wealthy aristocracy flocking to Manhattan in the 19th century, who found the area reminiscent of the rural charm of their country manors. By the early 20th century, the rowhouses for which the area is known had become a haven of boarding houses for longshoremen and dock workers. The area experienced its latest reincarnation in the late 20th century, when a new wave of visual artists began to congregate to live and work along the neighborhood's western edge. Today, Chelsea is synonymous with the preeminent New York gallery scene. The neighborhood is a cultural nexus home to some of the best art, shopping, dining, and entertainment in the world, nestled amid a proliferation of beautifully preserved townhouses, built in the 19th century and still treasured today. View more listings like this | View mortgage information View neighborhood information |

Price History
Date
Price
Event

01/24/2011
$5,250,000
Sold
Recording Date
01/24/2011
Contract Date
12/22/2010
Sale Price
$5,250,000
Price Type
Full amount stated on Document.
County Transfer Tax
N/A
Total Transfer Tax
N/A
Transaction Type
Purchase/Resale Arm's Length Residential Transaction
Document Type
N/A

09/30/2009
$5,495,000
Posting removed

08/19/2009
$5,495,000
Price change
Price Change
-$255,000 (-4.43%)
Source
BHSR BROWN HARRIS STEVENS REBNY

04/17/2009
$5,750,000
Listed for sale

05/14/2004
$2,640,000
Sold
Recording Date
05/14/2004
Contract Date
03/30/2004
Sale Price
$2,640,000
Price Type
Full amount stated on Document.
County Transfer Tax
N/A
Total Transfer Tax
N/A
Transaction Type
Purchase/Resale Arm's Length Residential Transaction
Document Type
N/A

10/26/2000
$475,000
Sold
Recording Date
10/26/2000
Contract Date
08/04/2000
Sale Price
$475,000
Price Type
Sales price computed from Transfer Tax. No indication whether tax was paid on full or partial consideration.
County Transfer Tax
N/A
Total Transfer Tax
$1,900
Transaction Type
Purchase/Resale Arm's Length Residential Transaction
Document Type
N/A

Property Taxes and Assessment
Year
2016
Tax
$37,988.86
Assessments
$190,030
Land
$65,617
Improvements
$124,413
Total
$190,030
Market Value
N/A

Affordability
Additional Costs

Price Trends
Real Estate Trends
Average Listing Price for 10011
$5,254,896
Similar to sold price
Median Sale Price for 10011
$2,250,000
57% below sold price
Average Sale price/sqft for 10011
$1,858/sqft
Comparables and Estimates
Sold Homes
Address Distance Property Type Sold Price Sold Date Bed Bath Sqft
1.08
Single-Family Home
$4,625,000
09/28/17
-
-
3,680
4.08
Single-Family Home
$4,600,000
03/03/17
-
-
-
3.62
Single-Family Home
$5,499,000
08/29/17
-
-
2,295
0.7
Single-Family Home
$9,500,000
07/20/17
-
-
3,200
4.07
Single-Family Home
$5,091,250
03/08/17
-
-
-
3.91
Single-Family Home
$5,581,000
06/26/17
-
-
3,467
4.08
Single-Family Home
$4,692,431
03/17/17
-
-
-
4.07
Single-Family Home
$4,650,000
04/06/17
-
-
-
3.98
Single-Family Home
$7,340,000
07/27/17
-
-
4,008
2.48
Single-Family Home
$6,220,000
09/13/17
-
-
2,880

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