This 9 ½ feet wide row house recently sold in Manhattan for $3.25 million. Located in desirable Greenwich Village at 75 ½ Bedford Street, one of New York’s narrowest houses is designated an historical landmark by the city’s Landmark Preservation Commission. Built in 1873, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Margaret Meade, Cary Grant and John Barrymore have all stayed there at one time.
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Maybe the new owner can use some of the tips from this article by Fred Albert with tips on decorating a narrow room…..