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Seven coach houses on the New York City square.
Coach houses were erected in New York in the 18th century to house the town' s budding median classes of people. Today, these characteristic edifices - full of Victorian characteristics - have become sought-after New York properties. The majority of them have been transformed into town houses and flats, with prices that reflect their history.
Alt trifft Neu in this Manhattan coach dwelling, at the square via Compass. Going back to 1893, the Sydney Stratton-designed Resistant Home was given a fashionable upgrade by its present owners, who added a high-flown jar and stainless steel accessory to the Neo-Flemish belongings. From the outside it looks like a ginger bread cottage, but this 1902 coach cottage is a contemporary habitat that has recently been illuminated as an arts mondhell.
It' on the square through Douglas Elliman. In the 1960' Paul Rudolph rebuilt an old coachman' s cabin on East Sixty-three streets into this modernist front cabin. It' on the fair about Howard Morel from Engel & Völkers. Sotheby' s is a historical find for this two-bed flat in a rebuilt coachman' s cottage from the eighteenth cent.
At 170 Eldridge Street a hand-painted plate for Oppenheimer Würstchen, a good example of a good example of a businessman, Sigmund Oppenheimer, who ran the company in the 1920s. It was completely renovated in 1996 and equipped by its proprietors with a two-level cascade in the master-livingroom.
Thorndale, constructed in 1905, is a pre-war coachman' s cottage initially conceived by Frank A. Rooke. In 2006, Lynn Gaffney architecte transformed the property into homes, and this two-bedroom stud hole, which is for salable through Douglas Elliman, has a stock of historical characteristics such as high ceiling and huge sills. There are 200 year old hail and blue stone flooring, 11 ft-high wooden ceiling and a huge field stone chimney in the canteen.
It' on the open air about Douglas Elliman. A prizewinning refurbished nineteenth coaches' home, Bell End, via Airbnb for 499 per room. It was finished in 2010 and is an excellent launching platform for exploration of Brooklyn.