In Greenwich Village there exists a fantasy one family home saturated with wonderment, warmth, charm and a touch of Tuscany. Built 19 feet wide in 1846, revamped in 1901 and meticulously renovated. Five floors filled with southern light that sparkle off of Venetian glass panels. Imported marble mantels adorn the 3 wood-burning fireplaces. The eat-in Tuscan kitchen. La Comue stove and custom farmhouse sink. Perfect dining room with wood-burning fireplace and adjoining sitting room open onto the inviting courtyard with serene water sounds. Beamed ceilings. Sunlit living room with wood burning fireplace adjoins an informal fun lounging area. Wet bar. Third floor consists of 2 bedrooms and a stunning bathroom adorning handmade brass tub with shower. One=of-a-kind master suite. So romantic, Cathedral ceiling rises up to the skylight. Soak in your claw foot tub listening to the crackling of the ensuite wood-burning fireplace. Nap in the tranquil private garden off of the master.