The townhouse featured in Martin Scorsese’s 1993 film ‘Age Of Innocence’ is on the block for $7.8 million dollars. Live in high falutin’ 19th century New York style splendor in this lovely brownstone. But wait… you may have some company as it’s a seven unit multifamily building and Curbed notes that:
Of course, four of the seven apartments are rent-stabilized, so the “promise of gaslit Old World grandeur,” as the brokerbabble puts it, may be a bit farther off than just paying the $7.8 million asking price.
Here’s our mashup of a scene from the film with a photo of the home today: