The oldest single-family home in Manhattan is on the market for $8.9 million
The Federal-style residence is a five-story building that spans 5,500 square feet
Throughout its 227-year history, the house has never before been on the market, per the listing.
The kitchen comes with grey-colored wood cabinets and a large glass door that leads outside.
The house has four full bathrooms - vintage-style amenities such as a clawfoot tub and a console sink.
On the highest floor is a space that's being used as an artist's studio
There are five bedrooms in the house and each has its own fireplace
It comes with a skylight and has 12-foot ceilings.