457 and 459 West 24th Street were built in 1849 as part of a dignified row of twelve four-story residences, which combines features of the Greek Revival and Italianate styles. The six pairs were constructed as mirror images, so each shared a stoop, divided by a centered common handrail. No 459 and 457 are each 21 feet wide, built on a 103-foot deep lot. Totaling approx. 8000 square feet, they are currently configured as two three-family townhouses with only free-market month-to-month tenancy allowing the entire estate to be delivered vacant and ready for your architect and vision. Set behind a landscaped 15 feet deep front yard paved in bluestone and planted with ivy and an ailanthus tree, the houses are constructed of brick and retain their high stoop and doorway, fine ironwork, and the original bold modillion roof cornice. Both townhouses sit above a rusticated brownstone English basement, which leads to a breathtaking private garden planted with ivy and large trees. The property well preserved architectural details include several ornate fireplace mantels, mid-19th-century moldings, and parquetry. While each of the 12 houses along the charming setback row was given individual landmark designation in 1970, two of them have already been combined (No 443 & 445). These incredible properties are located on a beautiful tree-lined street in the heart of Chelsea's Historical District, close to the High-Line Park, the Hudson River Park, and a wide variety of shops, dining, and easy access to transportation. This combination sale is being co-marketed with Level Group.