Inside a $9.75M NYC Townhouse with a Prohibition Era Tunnel | On the Market | Architectural Digest

Today we take you to New York City to tour the oldest remaining wood frame house in the West Village. Built in 1822, the townhouse still features its original floors and ceiling beams along with a discrete elevator to take you between floors. And since every old house has its secrets, a tunnel accessed from the basement library leads to a prohibition-era speakeasy down the street.

17 Grove Street listing: https://www.corcoran.com/nyc-real-estate/for-sale/west-village/17-grove-st/5674022

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Inside a $9.75M NYC Townhouse with a Prohibition Era Tunnel | On the Market | Architectural Digest

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