Inside a Historic Gem in Greenwich Village

Provenance can infuse a home with a special magic. In a neighborhood of stately old brownstones lies this charming, cheerful bijou with its own unique story: American petroleum executive, entrepreneur, and bon vivant Armand Hammer bought these two structures—a 19th-century carriage house and an early-20th-century artist’s studio—transforming them into one enchanting residence. As colorful as the comprehensive art collection for which he was known, Hammer made this magical place his bohemian home beginning in the heyday of the Roaring 1920s.

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