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Originally built by the architect J.W. Davison in 1895, 306 West 78th Street is the third in a series of four town homes designed in the Renaissance Revival style. The 18' wide property contains a modern, light, and spacious owner's triplex plus seven additional free-market rental units. Including the finished basement, total interior space exceeds 6,000 square feet. It is ideal for conversion to a single-family home, for use by a live-in owner looking to offset expenses with rental income, or for a live plus income purchaser facing a tax free exchange. Ideally situated on a picturesque Upper West Side townhouse block with south-facing garden, this historic home is in close to proximity to Riverside Park, excellent schools, transportation, fine shopping and dining, and Lincoln Center. Can be delivered vacant.