Located on one of Greenwich Village’s most bucolic tree-lined blocks, this stunning 21’ wide townhouse is noteworthy for its handsome Italianate brick façade, and painstaking 2-year renovation.
Sun-filled, open and airy, the 7411 square foot house is comprised of five stories, an immaculately finished basement, over 1400 square feet of manicured gardens and terraces, as well as a private elevator. This one of a kind home, reconceived by designer Brad Ford, is matchless in scale, attention to detail and quality of finish.
Enter the Parlor Floor which is distinguished by 12’5” soaring ceilings, a breathtaking 53’ tall cascading Lindsey Adelman chandelier, herringbone floors in cerused quarter-sawn white oak and a surround of custom wood paneled walls. Designed for entertaining, one can easily lounge in the grand living room highlighted by ornamental plasterwork, a breccia capraia marble fireplace and a southern glass wall of windows overlooking the beautiful gardens. Alternatively, stroll down to the wine bar and coffee room surrounded by a Dean Barger mural and Amuneal Industry built-ins.
A gracious descending staircase leads to the wonderful eat-in Kitchen - distinguished by superb cabinetry, top of the line appliances including range by Florence Officine Gullo and two aged brass sinks. The accordion glass wall creates the ultimate indoor/outdoor experience, opening to a stylish bi-level garden - designed by Harrison Green.
The owner’s suite occupies the fourth floor and incorporates a wood-burning fireplace, an abundance of closets, and a luxurious bathroom clad in breccia capraia marble with a custom fireplace mantel.
There are four additional bedrooms, all with ensuite baths. Atop the home sits an expansive, fully appointed rooftop terrace. The finished basement offers a gym, playroom, powder room and Laundry room (one of two in the house). This smart home is replete with a Control 4 system governing the 10-zone CAC, lighting, AV, and security systems.