We’ve found five New York mobile homes for sale in Manhattan and Brooklyn, including a loft penthouse with cinematic views of the Brooklyn Bridge and a pair of Greenwich Village carriage homes with a Gilded Age vibe.
Brooklyn Carriage Duplex Warehouse
2 bedrooms; $2.195 million via City Realty
The Dumbo loft penthouse apartment has a privileged view of the Brooklyn Bridge, captured by a tall wall of glass in its great room, which sits parallel to a brick-and-mortar landmark on the Hudson River.
Aside from the vistas are 12-foot ceilings, raw slate concrete, and a red metal staircase that spirals through a circular recess to the floor above. It is part of a 19th-century building that once stored horses and carriages and retains its original, wide entrance.
Greenwich Village mobile home with sunken roof garden
3 Bedrooms $9,995,000 via compass
New York City rooftops can offer a respite from the hustle and bustle of street level, and this former carriage house has a crowd-pleasing rooftop terrace with views of Greenwich Village and a sunken fire pit. The renovated 1829 brick home has a garage on the ground floor with dark green doors and polished concrete floor.
Rustic wood-beamed ceilings and sash windows blend clean lines, fresh colors, and a metal staircase within the Manhattan estate. History buffs will be interested to know that it is located on land owned by the third US President, Aaron Burr.
Greenwich Village twin carriage homes renovated by Fairfax & Sammons
2 bedrooms; $7.5 million via Sotheby’s International Realty
Manufacturer and art collector Armand Hammer owned this pair of 1800s carriage homes in the 1920s when Greenwich Village was widely known as American Bohemia. It has curved doorways and window shutters and a floor plan designed according to the rules of the golden ratio.
The theatre-like reception features soaring ceilings, a exposed loft, and a large stone fireplace lit by wood-framed glass. Fairfax & Sammons renovated the house, drawing on its 1920s history with cliques, heavy fabrics, and antique rugs. It also has a neat “secret” patio garden with a topiary ball.
Penthouse apartment in Nolita in a former coach factory
6 bedroom $18 million via Noble Black
While this Nolita penthouse isn’t technically a carriage house, it does have a related provenance: It crowns the development of Brewster Carriage House, once home to upscale carriage maker Brewster and Co. Vanderbilts, Frix, Astors.
The stately home is a golden-age industrial fantasy, with an original cast-iron Corinthian column repurposed as a fireplace, ceiling-high metal door frames, and a floured staircase (with a custom wine cabinet under the stairs). Top is a huge roof terrace overlooking the skyline.
The Fifth Avenue Carriage House from the 1840s
3 bedrooms $9.995 million via Redfin
The 1840s Washington Muse carriage house sits just off a street with serious architectural origins – Fifth Avenue is lined with Art Deco icons like the Empire State Building. The tucked-away stucco house has a wooden staircase that winds through the middle of its three floors, lit from above by a skylight. It has a London appearance from the outside, with its large, shuttered windows, charming window boxes, and a pretty cobbled driveway. It is grouped into balcony and patio as well.