This James Renwick designed masterpiece has stood the test of time. As grand today as it was back in 1854, 125 East 10th Street remains at the pinnacle of planning, architecture and design. Across from Renwick Triangle, which is formed by the intersection of Stuyvesant Street and East 10th Street, this townhouse is flooded with air and light. Spanning 4,200 square feet, this single-family home is currently configured as a five bedroom, three and half bathroom residence. The townhouse has undergone several recent updates including a new kitchen and renovated bathrooms. Behind its exceptionally handsome façade with an ornamental Juliet balcony is a five story property including an English basement. 165 years of history have been preserved in the townhouse. The original fireplaces, detailed mantelpieces, stairwell, skylights, and moldings, remain intact. Situated in the St. Mark’s Historic District, the light and tranquility will forever be preserved. Please note, a buyer can purchase this townhouse alone OR it can be purchased together with 123 East 10th Street for $15.995M. 123 East 10th Street was built at the same time as this property and they share one of the largest private gardens in Manhattan.