Above the tree-lined streets of Greenwich Village sits this classic and sophisticated three-bedroom (convertible to four-bedroom) pre-war condominium in the famed Devonshire House. Ideal for entertaining, this bright and spacious home offers an oversized double living room with Western exposures overlooking the elegant boutiques and markets of University Place. Facing East over a landscaped garden sits a chef’s kitchen outfitted with custom cabinetry, marble countertops, polished nickel hardware, and appliances from Wolf, Bosch and SubZero, all open to a large formal dining room, perfect for grand-scale entertaining.
Set within a private bedroom wing, the tranquil master bedroom features an en suite bath with Waterworks and LeFroy Brooks fixtures, and ample closet space. With Central Air throughout, each room features a separate zone. The home offers two additional well-proportioned bedrooms, and three more full bathrooms. A full-size washer/dryer complete this highly desirable offering.
The Devonshire House is a white-glove full-service pre-war condominium in the heart of historic Greenwich Village at 28 East 10th St. Originally designed by architect Emery Roth and built in 1928, the building today has been entirely renovated and restored with modern finishes by esteemed designer, Victoria Hagan. Featuring a distinguished lobby and English courtyard garden, the building offers such amenities as a full-time doorman, fitness center, children's playroom, individual storage units, bike room, cold storage, resident superintendent and a landscaped rooftop terrace.