Opportunities like this don't come around that often. Welcome to The Boddy House at 105 Mercer Street, a beautiful federal style townhouse nestled in between Spring and Prince Streets. Rich with history, this 4 levels plus roof deck, 1875 sq. ft. home is believed to have been originally built in 1820 for Mary Boddy, a seamstress, and then became a Â“den of viceÂ” in the mid 1800s. Now the home has been renovated to bring you into its 200th year, yet still keeping its original federal style elements that townhomes from this period are known for. From its beautiful red brickwork and its archway over the front door, to the three fireplaces. Inside, the high ceilings throughout offer an added sense of space. The kitchen is on the lower level and easily seats plenty of guests for lively dinner parties. This is surely a chefÂ’s and entertainerÂ’s dream. The parlour floor is lovely with a generous entry foyer, living room with fireplace and additional guest bathroom. The upper floor is very calming with oversized bedroom, plenty of closet space, and private bathroom. Use your imagination for the top level. Whether itÂ’s an extra guest room, home gym, office or screening roomÂ…..the choices are endless. The private roof deck has so much potential with tons of sun and lovely views of Soho. 105 Mercer is located in one of ManhattanÂ’s most sought-after neighborhoods and is surrounded by the finest shopping and dining that the city has to offer.