A 25-foot-wide Greenwich Village “gold coast” mansion has hit the market for $11.25 million.
But you’ll have to clean your plate before moving in.
The 19th-century, 10-bedroom, 10½-bathroom residence is currently home to the restaurant Casa Apicii.
But the new buyer will have the option of returning the home to single-family status.
It was formerly home to The Lion, the famed club that provided exposure to stars like Barbra Streisand, Bob Dylan, Truman Capote, and Joan Rivers.
The five-story townhouse, at 62 W. Ninth St., dates to 1839, when it was built for William Beach Lawrence, US Ambassador to the UK and lieutenant governor of Rhode Island.
The 7,595-square-foot home comes with a 1,335-square-foot basement.
Right now, the building operates as five free-market rental apartments: a three-bedroom floor-through apartment and four one-bedroom units; one of them has access to a terrace overlooking gardens.
The listing brokers are Erin Boisson Aries and Nicola Bottero of Christie’s International Real Estate’s New York City brokerage.