On a quiet street between MacDougal Alley and Washington Square Park, in the heart of historic Greenwich Village sits this grand scale three-bedroom residence, found in the pre-war doorman condominium, The MacDougal Lofts. Features of this rare offering include soaring 10-foot, 5-inch high ceilings, oversized windows overlooking lush and tranquil courtyards, wide-plank solid Brazilian Cherry floors, gas fireplace, and Juliette balcony.
Enter the sunny and inviting home via a large entry gallery. Off the foyer is a walk-in customized mudroom with full-size washer/dryer. The foyer flows into an expansive, light-filled open-plan living and dining area with western and southern exposures that is inundated with natural light throughout the day. Open to the dining and living area is the custom chef's kitchen by Smallbone of Devizes – which features appliances from SubZero, Wolf and Miele.
Moving towards the private rooms of the home, the grand, corner master bedroom suite features a gracious walk-in closet and an oversized Carrera marble bath with dual vanity, steam shower, separate soaking tub, and radiant heat floors. The master is complemented by a second well-proportioned bedroom with en suite bath, as well as a third bedroom, currently configured as a home office, outfitted with custom cabinetry. A powder room completes this unique offering.
173 MacDougal Street is an 1890 Romanesque Revival pre-war building, converted into condominiums in 2008. The building is located only half a block from Washington Square Park in the heart of historic Greenwich Village, one of Manhattans most coveted locations – offering some of the citys best dining, culture, and shopping. Easily accessible to subway lines via West 4th St station and all major thoroughfares.