Andrew Norwood House

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

241 West 14th Street

ARCHITECT: Unknown

DATE: 1845-47

STYLE: Greek Revival, Italianate

Chelsea Greek Revival Italianate Manhattan

The Andrew Norwood House is a handsome urban residence which combines features of the Greek Revival and Italianate styles. It retains its original architectural character to a remarkable degree. It is a reminder of the once fashionable 14th Street neighborhood of the mid-19th century. The house was the residence of the prominent Norwood family for many years, and it is a rare surviving example of this type of townhouse in New York City.

STATUS Designated Individual Landmark

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