$15.25M for a Greenwich Village Historical Townhouse

The late editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine, Malcolm S. Forbes purchased 11 West 12th Street in the 1960s from the Macmillan Publishing Company. The family of the late chairman and editor have listed this five-story property for $15.25 million. The ornate townhouse, which has lost none of its grandeur over the years, has entertained and hosted notable celebs and politicians including Margaret Thatcher, Richard Nixon, and Elizabeth Taylor. View the listing.

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The late editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine, Malcolm S. Forbes purchased 11 West 12th Street in the 1960s from the Macmillan Publishing Company. The family of the late chairman and editor have listed this five-story property for $15.25 million. The ornate townhouse, which has lost none of its grandeur over the years, has entertained and hosted notable celebs and politicians including Margaret Thatcher, Richard Nixon, and Elizabeth Taylor. View the listing.
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The home was originally built in 1847 in the Late Greek Revival style, but it clearly retains a historical, old-world feel in the interior.
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A view of the ornate dining area where renowned celebs and world leaders came to gather and socialize.
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The large living room receives an abundance of natural sunlight.
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Mulholland & Olsen were the first interior designers to fashion the opulent interior space. Later, renowned Mario Buatta was selected to refurbish the home.
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The red rich interior is surely one of a kind.
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The expansive wine cellar even includes its own separate dining area.
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