A Greenwich Village townhouse that once served as a convent ha hit the market asking $14.95 million.
The four-story Greek Revival townhouse dates back to 1839 and served as a convent associated with the nearby Church of St. Joseph, according to Curbed. The 22.5′-wide house has 5,900 square feet of interior space.
The seller is a family trust controlled by South African-born executive Nicholas R. H. Toms, who bought the property, which is located at 154 Waverly Place in 2000 for $4.2 million. [Curbed] — Christopher Cameron