Nestled in the heart of the West Village sits 95 Bedford Street, 9,232 square foot, multi-family townhouse with a sought-after private garage and exceptional history. The townhouse, designed for Herman Schade by Kurzer & Kohl architects of the time, was erected in 1894 to be used as Schade's personal stable. In 1927, after being utilized as a stable for many years J. Goebel & Co., the sole American importer of Grossalmerode clay, used to make crucibles, moved their company into the building. At that time they molded their insignia over the arched entrance proclaiming their new location, which can still be seen today. The firm utilized the ground floors for production and rented out the upper levels as apartments. J. Goebel & Co remained the building's owners until 1946 at which time an investor took possession. The townhouse, which has been held by a handful of owners since its original construction, has been lovingly maintained by the current family for over 45 years. The building is not only ideally located between Grove and Barrow Street but features meticulously maintained facade details, 25' of width, a garage (possibly two), and endless opportunities to create an unrivaled single-family West Village mansion, which can only be described as priceless.