Situated on one of the West Village's most charming blocks, this rarely available and highly coveted 25-foot wide mint townhouse is discreetly set back off tranquil, tree-lined Jane Street behind secure wrought-iron gates. Beyond the gated entrance a lush, landscaped pathway leads to this entirely private turn-key residence. Perfectly blending historic charm and modern living, the unique three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath townhouse encompasses approx. 3,500 square feet, not including two generously proportioned outdoor spaces. Enter this chicly renovated townhouse via a stooped entrance onto the Parlor Floor, which offers a gracious foyer with mud closet, as well as the home's comfortable living room, featuring bookcases and walls outfitted in custom cabinetry, a wood-burning fireplace and south-facing Juliet windows overlooking the gardens below. The pinnacle of indoor-outdoor living can be found on the home's light-filled garden floor. The south-facing open kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances from Viking and Miele, as well as the informal dining area, are both perfectly illuminated by light from floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that lead to a lush front garden with a gas fire pit at its center, allowing for the ultimate al fresco dining and entertaining experience. Upstairs, the home's third floor is dedicated to its corner primary suite, which features a wood-burning fireplace, fully outfitted walk-in closet, and a palatial primary bath with double vanity, soaking tub and rain shower. Two additional well-proportioned bedrooms with skylights can be found on the fourth floor, along with a full bath and laundry closet, completing the interior offerings of the residence. The home's piece de resistance is its second private outdoor space: the planted rooftop terrace with south, western and eastern views for optimal light. Additional amenities of the home include two-zone central air conditioning and integrated sound and security systems throughout. 9 1/2 Jane St is perfectly located in the heart of the West Village, conveniently near Downtown's best dining, shopping and culture.
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Ideally situated on a highly coveted tree-lined townhouse block and distinguished by a top notch renovation, this pin-drop quiet and completely turnkey home boasts soaring ceiling heights and a graciously ascending staircase. The sun-filled residence is host to five wood burning fireplaces and a lovely leafy garden. The 3,756+/- Sq Ft townhouse is comprised of five stories plus a basement and offers ample space for comfortable family living and grand entertaining. Entry to the house is through a vestibule that opens to a large Gallery leading to the fully equipped Kitchen, which is replete with a suite of appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele and also has a separate service entrance. Adjacent is the incredibly bright Dining Room with access to the lovely fully-irrigated 40 garden. A gracious staircase ascends upstairs to an impressive Living Room with 12 ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and delightful Garden vistas through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Opposite, the beautifully proportioned lacquered Library enjoys southern outlooks onto tree lined 64th Street. A Powder Room and Bar are conveniently adjacent and complete the layout of this floor. The private quarters are comprised of five very nicely sized bedrooms and four baths spread sensibly over three floors. The elegant Master Bedroom floor is comprised of a large bedroom with fireplace and views over the charming garden and a sizable bath with access to the south-facing dressing room, which has been chicly outfitted with custom Christopher Peacock cabinetry. Additionally, there is a lovely large south-facing Roof Terrace, and the Basement level includes a laundry area, powder room, and ample storage including a cedar closet and wine storage. Noteworthy for its elegant 1899 neo traditional red brick faade and impeccably maintained architectural character, this grandly scaled house is a superb example of classic turn of the century design.
76 Washington Place represents the rare opportunity to purchase a stylishly renovated 1853 townhouse on one of Greenwich Villages most historic and bucolic landmarked blocks. Located just off of Washington Square Park and boasting a width of over 22 feet, this extraordinary home features 4,600 square feet of above-grade interior space, a 975 square foot cellar and approximately 1,300 square feet of beautifully landscaped gardens and terraces. This townhouse is located on a lovely block in the heart of Greenwich Village with a rich architectural, social and cultural history. Upon entering via a handsome Federal doorway, the homes impressive double height entrance hall sets the tone and highlights its unique, loft-like layout and high level of finish. The parlor floor is at once a modern reinterpretation of a classic French enfilade and an entertainer's dream. An inviting living room, featuring a carved antique marble fireplace and picturesque views over Washington Place, seamlessly opens into a large and beautifully appointed chef's kitchen located at the heart of the home. Finished with custom teak cabinetry and white Calacatta marble and outfitted with full retinue of professional grade appliances, this space is as functional as it is elegant. The Dining Room, located just adjacent, is the perfect scale and setting for casual dinners and formal gatherings alike. A wall of French doors opens onto a charming terrace overlooking the lush English garden below. The master floor, located just above, is the ideal escape. This serene space is comprised of a light-filled study with a south-facing terrace, a large master bathroom fitted with Waterworks fixtures, dual walk-in closets, and a sumptuous bedroom finished in a soft, sophisticated palette. The fourth floor offers an additional family bedroom with an en suite bathroom as well as a baronially scaled Billard room with vaulted ceiling, wet bar and treetop views. A large bedroom occupies the top floor. This impressive space features a fitted walk-in closet, sitting area and a stunning skylit bathroom clad in white marble tile. Down a few steps from the entrance hall the garden level offers a Staff/Guest suite with an adjoining bathroom, a large laundry room and a family/craft room with a wall of windows out to the lushly landscaped, fully irrigated garden, complete with a dining pergola. A large and spotless cellar housing mechanical systems, a wine cellar and excellent storage space complete this offering. 76 Washington Place is an extraordinary home in a tranquil verdant setting, superbly convenient to the best restaurants and boutiques of Greenwich Village, the West Village, SoHo and NoHo, as well as being equidistant to both Midtown and the Financial District.
Prominently situated mid-block on an especially picturesque tree-lined Upper East Side street, this exceptionally wide and gorgeous Neo-Georgian mansion has a stately presence that conveys a sense of quiet and understated magnificence. Distinctive features include a classic limestone and red brick facade that is enhanced by beautifully articulated stone ornamentation, and a handsome three-story bow front. This is a house with extraordinary presence, yet it flawlessly maintains a sense of warmth and intimacy that extends to the interior as well. Entry into the residence is through wrought iron portals, flanking two sets of double wide doors. The lovely limed oak paneled Gallery beyond yields glimpses of an absolutely stunning Stair Hallway, that boasts an extraordinarily gracious and elegant original staircase. The first floor is completed by a book lined Study, a marvelous Family Room, a large Breakfast Room, an immaculate eat-in Kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, and a charming garden replete with a waterfall and glass pavilion. The floor above showcases one of the prettiest and grandest Living Rooms in the city. It is anchored by two fireplaces, spans a width of 40 feet, and is punctuated by a bow-fronted window that highlights the verdant green outlooks of 63rd Street. There is also a huge landing that opens to a wonderful south facing Library and a vast Dining Room. The Third Floor is dedicated to a fabulous Master Suite. The sprawling Bedroom has the same footprint as the Living Room below and there are his and her Dressing Rooms, a Sitting Room, and two bathrooms along with an extraordinary custom fitted closet. Above, the house continues for three more floors with a profusion of Bedroom Suites that afford a myriad of possibilities, and are complimented by large en-suite baths, further abundant closets and service kitchenettes. Regarding the auxiliary spaces, the expansive roof with charming plantings has easy access from a very commodious service staircase that spans from the basement to the top of the house. Similarly, in terms of access and flow, there are front and back, office grade elevator cabins, and a dumb waiter that services the entertaining floors. Also, at entry level there is a service door and security office, while at the basement level there is a marvelous movie screening room, as well as a wine cellar, staff kitchen, exercise room, dedicated laundry room and storage rooms. Designed in 1930 as the prestigious Hanger Club, this residence of great dignity and harmonious restraint is an extraordinary example of great American early twentieth century architecture. Meanwhile, the amenities and modern conveniences of the 21st Century are very much in evidence and are exhibited in the impressive systems that govern temperature, security, music and lighting within the house. Moreover, the superb location on such a pretty, tranquil and coveted block, nestled amidst edifices of equivalent architectural merit, serves to further elevate 36 East 63rd St into the pantheon of truly great New York City mansions.
A GRAMERCY HOME: HAVE IT YOUR WAY Block: 875 Lot: 11 Lot: 16.67 X 75 +/- (The Ground Floor and Parlor Floor are Built Full) Built: 16.67 X 55 +/- (Floors 3 through 5) The 1855 Anglo-Italianate south-facing single-family house with its newly re-made classic brownstone faade offers the buyer an exceptional opportunity to redesign the interior of an historic structure; repurposing the house to custom-fit an individual lifestyle. The exclusive residential old New York neighborhood, between Park Avenue and Irving Place is around the corner from the coveted Gramercy Park, the focal point of the area; so too, its half-block proximity from the designated Block Beautiful on 19th Street between Irving Place and Third Avenue sets 111 East 19th Street in the most desirable location. The neighborhood is further enhanced by the finest restaurants (the reputable Union Square Caf has newly relocated on the corner of 19th and Park Avenue), the historic National Arts and Players Clubs on the Park, the Union Square Green Market, as well as the convenience of mass transportation, all contribute to the allure of the area. Approved architectural plans, intricately detailed are included with the sale. The ready-to-go plans provide access and immediacy to the re-building, and re-make of the classic design quality of the house. Much thought and consultation went into the plans, the owners deep desire to get the house back as much as possible to its original vision. Notwithstanding, a buyer can follow the plans to a tee, pick and choose or come up with an entirely unique conception. The sale also includes magnificent light fixtures in sync with the over-all vision of the house. An inventory of furnishings already selected and bought by the owner will be made available. The following work either has or will be completed: complete demolition, environmental remediation, new brownstone faade in sync with original faade, restored parlor floor windows, floor to ceiling, front door, new steel trusses for all floors, new roof, all masonry bricks restored and repointed, seven (7) original functioning fireplaces, elevator-opening provisioned on all five floors, the rear wall on the parlor floor has been opened up to the adjacent terrace. Interior photos are virtually staged.
Upper West Side Townhouse Perfection: Situated on a beautiful tree-lined block just off of Central Park, this absolutely stunning single-family brownstone offers five stories of an exquisite renovation, state-of-the-art systems, a magnificent landscaped garden and three additional terraces. This designer house features nine bedrooms with outstanding natural light and a rear glass faade. Enter up the front stoop to the dramatic parlor floor with 12 foot ceilings and an open contemporary plan rarely seen in brownstones with dining room, kitchen, and living room overlooking the garden below. This uncomplicated flow is ideally suited for entertaining and designed to maximize interaction of family and friends for cooking, dining and congregating in an incredibly gorgeous and convivial environment. Finishes such as Carrara slab marble, six-inch bleached white oak floors and teak were selected to create an atmosphere of style, luxury, function and comfort. As a bonus offering, there is a tastefully renovated two bedroom garden apartment with separate access, ideal for guests, staff, home office or income production. A rear picture window wall system ensures that every floor is bathed in light throughout the day. Additional features include a finished basement, gas fireplace, an eight-zone Sonos system, a six-zone HVAC, four washers and three dryers, and black locust decking in the garden. This turnkey townhouse is close to Central Park, fine restaurants, shops, museums and several forms of transportation.
Kips Bay, New York. This 26 foot wide, 4 story mixed-use building is located on East 32 Street between bustling 3rd Avenue and 2nd Avenue! The building consists of a medical office on the first floor and garden level with two residential apartments above. The residential apartments, spread out over three floors are currently set up as a one bedroom alcove studio apartment (can be converted to one bedroom) with one bathroom and as well as a two bathroom, one bedroom duplex apartment with spiral staircase, washer/dryer and wet bar (can be converted to two bedroom), both with functioning fireplaces. The roof deck is accessible to both apartments and equipped with a bbq grill connected to a natural gas line. Alternatively, the alcove and duplex apartments can be converted to three separate apartments. C1-8A zoning with R9A residential equivalent allows for an additional 2,256 SF to be built as of right. Convenient to transportation including Citywide Ferry at East 34 Street 0.4 miles away!
-30 wide Rare French Renaissance Mansion off Fifth Avenue designed by Lansing C. Holden - DELIVERED EMPTY -Completed in 1893 as a single family home for Josephine and William Buchanan. -In 1944, it was converted into a mixed-use commercial and residential building. -This gilded Age Masterpiece stretches 30 wide by 102 deep, - 6 levels including basement with a total of 5 floors -Presently the first and lower level are Doctors offices with front and back gardens with a beautiful gated entrance. - Parlor floor consists of a living room, formal dining room, bar, morning tea room, and chefs kitchen that overlooks the 1stfloors garden. -French style carved, circular wooden staircase connects the parlor floor with the 3rd floor master bedrooms and baths of this duplex. - One master bedroom contains access to a planted terrace with privacy and sunshine. -The second level of the duplex (3rdfloor) contains library and office space adjacent to the master bedrooms. -The 4th and 5th floors are 4 spacious one bedroom apartments off of a wide mahogany staircase that serves all floors with skylight. -4 passenger elevator that services all floors. -Other amenities include 9 functional wood burning fire places -12 foot ceilings -Interior is 12,300 sq ft -Ideal Location: steps away from Central Parks 69thst entrance and Frick Museum -Tree lined block with no buses or crosstown traffic - This property can be easily restored back to its original design of a single family mansion. -Delivered vacant
Carnegie Hill Oasis Ideally positioned at the center of one of the most picturesque blocks in Manhattan, 125 East 95th Street represents the rare offering of an architect designed and light filled elevator townhouse in the best possible location. Published in Architectural Digest, the home was gut renovated to a high standard by its current owners and has been meticulously maintained since. The modernist interior offers copious space and a gracious layout spanning more than 5,000 sf over six floors including a finished cellar. Entering the home on the parlor floor, one is greeted by soaring ceilings, clean lines and an abundance of natural light. The welcoming living room features charming views of 95th Streets period architecture to the south. An adjacent Music Room seamlessly expands the entertaining space while offering views of lush gardens to the rear through a wall of full height windows. Down the stairs, past the African mahogany paneled dining room, awaits a large and fully appointed eat in chefs kitchen with floor to ceiling glass doors opening onto the stunning tiered garden. This serene space is an entertainer's dream offering the joys of the country without the drive. A master suite occupies the entire 3rd floor. Its tranquil south facing bedroom features a wood burning fireplace and a bay window with lovely views. The adjacent master bathroom is luxuriously appointed and opens onto a sitting room and gym. The 4th floor is comprised of two large family bedrooms with full bathrooms en suite. A 5th floor penthouse crowns the home, offering a loft like space with vaulted ceilings, a full bathroom, and a large and beautifully landscaped south facing terrace boasting views over townhomes and the neighborhood below. 125 East 95th St. provides its owners with membership in the Goat Hill Association which lovingly maintains the blocks plantings and offers the most valuable amenity of all in Manhattan: a sense of community.
Located on the south side of Stanton Street between Essex and Norfolk Street, 127 Stanton Street is perfectly positioned in the heart of the Lower East Side. With a total of 6,875 square feet and 25 feet of frontage, the property consists of 8 residential units and 2 commercial units on the ground floor. With many of Downtowns most coveted restaurants and entertainment venues within immediate proximity, this highly desirable location continues to flourish. High-demand and low supply contribute to the consistently increasing rental values, making this premier location ideal for investors.
INVESTOR OPPORTUNITY! Long-term tenant in place for 2-3 years paying $384,000/yr. Approximate cap rate of 3.78%. Please inquire for more details. Nestled on a desirable townhouse-lined block in Carnegie Hill, this Queen-Anne-style, award-winning 1887 townhouse has been completely modernized while carefully preserving its historic details. With 4,500 +/- sq. ft. over 4 floors, this turn-key home offers 4 bedrooms with en suite baths, 2 guest baths, and 3 outdoor spaces. Features include soaring ceilings, rift oak flooring, 2 wood-burning fireplaces and a restored original facade. A wrought-iron gate leads to the idyllic front courtyard. Inside, a foyer welcomes you to the Garden Floor, with an eat-in kitchen, dining and living areas. The kitchen offers stainless-steel appliances, Luce de Luna quartzite counters and custom cabinetry. Surrounded by glass doors offering incredible natural light, the dining and living room overlooks the bucolic private garden 600 +/- square feet of outdoor space to relax and entertain. Upstairs, the elegant Parlor Floor features 11' +/- ceilings, 2 working fireplaces and an outdoor terrace. The heart of the home is the southern-facing living room, distinguished by a wood-burning fireplace with wood mantel and stone surround. The Parlor Floor also features a library and home office. The Third Floor encompasses the master suite and a second en suite bedroom. A skylight pours light through the stairway of the Fourth Floor, which features 2 more well sized bedrooms and 2 en suite baths. All of the baths feature Calacatta gold marble, polished nickel finishes and heated floors. A basement with recreation room and storage complete this exquisite offering. 131 E 92nd St maintains its historic vernacular despite its renovation. New HVAC systems with zoned central heating, AC, purification & humidification, new roof, highly insulated weight & chain windows, security system and sound system are features of the carefully crafted renovation. Located in Carnegie Hill, this home is close to boutiques, cafes, Central Park and NYC's best schools.
Designed by famed architect Charles Graham circa 1884, this exquisite five-story townhouse offers approximately 5,000 square feet of stunning original splendor with six bedrooms and four and a half baths in excellent condition, steps from Central Park. Occupied by the same family since 1907 and lovingly preserved, this Italianate brownstone features dramatically high ceilings, sun-filled southern and northern exposures, restored original woodwork, 3 skylights and 8 fireplaces that prominently showcase a unique characteristic in each room. Enter through an elegant foyer to the grand parlor level featuring 12' ceilings and 3 wood burning fireplaces featured in the formal gallery, living room and sitting room. The large formal dining room showcases a skylight and butler's pantry with functioning dumbwaiter. The garden level with direct street access boasts a superb Chef's kitchen and breakfast room, den, powder room and small private garden. The top three floors each feature two large bedrooms and a full bath. Each floor offers beautiful original details such as crown moldings, oversized windows with embrasured shutters and large bay windows. A basement with abundant storage, washer/dryer and an additional full bath complete this desirable floorplan. Outfitted with state-of-the-art communications and alarm systems, central air conditioning and a fifty-case wine cellar, 38 East 70th Street marries the inimitable charm of a bygone era with every modern convenience. Located on a prime block within the Upper East Side Historic District, this spectacular home is steps from Madison Avenue's fine restaurants, shops, museums and Central Park. This is your opportunity to own a piece of history.
Built in 2000, this 20-foot wide, 4,000 sq. foot, three-family building on a treelined street is an excellent investment property or perfect for an owner-occupied duplex with two additional income producing rental units. All units are free market and currently on one-year leases. Always fully rented! Rent rolls available. First floor duplex is 3/2, 2,200 sq. feet with two full baths, high ceilings, large windows with North and South exposures with lots of light and hardwood and tile floors. Dishwasher, washer/dryer on the lower level , plus a finish basement. Second and third floor apartments are large 1/1, 900 sq. feet. Common areas, stairways and front entry areas freshly painted with a huge, landscaped garden that is fenced on all sides at the rear of the property. Excellent transportation with 2,3 ,C and B only blocks away . The M7 , M2 and M10 buses running in both directions . BONUS: The property has air rights of over 3,900 sq ft.
A historic house impeccably improved, 134 Manhattan Avenue offers the space and sanctuary of a single-family townhouse with the flexibility of a two-family certificate of occupancy, and a garden floor that can function as a fully-separate guest suite. The townhouses Queen Anne exterior was meticulously restored to its original glory in 2013, and the entire interior has been continually improved for modern living. The interior palette includes architectural glass for the staircase enclosures, oak floors, updated recessed lighting, and freshly painted white walls throughout. The parlor floors open layout and 10-ft. ceilings create an inviting loft-like space. Recently refreshed kitchen opens to the elevated rear terrace, and conveniently connects to the windowed powder room. The second floors primary bedroom suite includes a large walk-through closet, double-sink bathroom, and its own en-suite terrace overlooking the backyard. The second bedroom faces west, with beautifully restored window transoms and leafy townhouse views. One flight up, the third and fourth bedrooms are separated by a Jack-and-Jill bathroom, cozy sitting area with skylight, and laundry closet with side-by-side vented Washer/Dryer. The homes oak and glass staircase continues up to the townhouse roof. Consult an architect and engineer about the possibility of a new roof deck or additional living space. The garden and parlor floors both access a uniquely whimsical and welcoming backyard. Built-in banquette dining table and steel swing frame (to accommodate both school yard swings or a comfortable outdoor loveseat) are arrayed on an intelligently designed gravel, paving stone, and engineered-turf surface. The homes garden level itself makes a perfect addition with generous storage, full bathroom, kitchenette and Peloton room. The house is heated and cooled by a modern, multi-zone climate control system with forced water radiators and central air. Additional upgrades include a fully-integrated security and Sonos sound system, and Lutron lighting controls. Built in 1886, 134 Manhattan Avenue is one of the most distinctive and well preserved homes on the block and is one of the earliest surviving houses by master architect C. P. H. Gilbert, employing the rustic tones of the Romanesque Revival Style with stately Queen Anne accents and roof lines. Enjoy the space and comfort of the suburbs without leaving Manhattan, in the perfect space for recharging and thriving this fall.
The rare offering of this 1850 Greek Revival home provides a once-in-a-generation opportunity to own one of only 22 homes that create the landmarked and coveted MacDougal-Sullivan Gardens. Home to some of the citys most vibrant and interesting luminaries, the homes all share a private and secret park. 22.5' wide with approx. 5,075 interior square footage including the basement, this home has had only two owners in the last 100 years. The MacDougal- Sullivan houses were built with the specific intent of attracting artists and musicians as a means to improving the quality and character of the neighborhood. 188 Sullivan was purchased in 1923 by Edgard Varese, considered one of the true pioneers in contemporary music. From 1923 to 1965, 188 Sullivan Street served as a salon and meeting place for many famous artists and musicians from both Europe and the US - including artists like Marcel Duchamp, jazz musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, and his close friend, the sculptor, Alexander Calder. The propertys subsequent and most recent owner was Vareses protg, Chou Wen-chung, one of the most celebrated Asian-American composers of the twentieth century who owned the home for over 50 years. The shared gardens behind the homes are magical and sublime. Lined with mature trees and manicured flower beds, the concept of a private garden in Greenwich Village combined with the original and important architectural elements of the houses themselves lead the Landmarks Preservation Commission to designate the houses and their gardens as a Historic District. The house, potentially a 5 bedroom with possible potential for expansion is in need of a full renovation so bring your architect and prepare to truly make this home your own.
Delano & Aldrichs upper east side masterpiece, 120 East 78 Street boasts a beautiful, bold and distinct facade. Most fortunately this unique townhouse has benefited from excellent stewardship, and in addition to the inspired facade remaining unaltered, most of the gorgeous original interior details remain intact. Delano & Aldrich where the chosen architects of many of New Yorks influential families and the firm designed some of New Yorks most celebrated and important residential buildings, as well as the Knickerbocker Club, the Colony Club and the Union Club and both Chapin and St. Bernards schools. Commissioned in 1930 by banker Henry R. Winthrop upon his daughters engagement, the architects of this house, envisioned a neo-Georgian residence with a scene-stealing entrance niche. Delano & Aldrich created the dramatic entrance by cutting deeply into the faade with a sweeping curved marble staircase that leads up to the offset entrance door. The arms of the elegant iron fence bow out, mirroring the shape of the entrance alcove. The upper floors of red brick are subtly trimmed in limestone. Inside the rooms boast French paneling, rich hardwoods and carved marble mantles which among other period details have been meticulously maintained and carefully restored. The house offers 14 rooms on 8 stories above grade with many principal rooms boasting floor to ceiling windows with double exposures facing South and West, bathing them with abundant southern light. With well over 10,000 square feet of interior living space, the house offers a grand formal living room and elegant dining room, a handsome wood paneled library, 8 beautifully proportioned bedrooms each with its own bathroom and 8 fireplaces, a large eat-in chefs kitchen with custom cabinetry, a full-size gym and Pilates studio with massage room, and even a large wine storage which can accommodate over 600 bottles. There are numerous outdoor spaces as well, including a private garden off the lower level, a planted terrace adjacent to the dining room on the parlor level and another on the 7th floor, and a roof terrace on the top floor of the house. The house is distinguished by a graceful elliptical staircase which is capped by a large skylight that floods the house with sunlight. An elevator conveniently accesses all floors of the house as does a very practical back staircase. Proudly positioned on one of the most lovely and coveted blocks on the upper east side, 120 East 78 Street is a testament to the best of New Yorks architectural history. However, despite the houses significant historical bonafides, it is a residence very much in step with todays life style and easily embraces the possibilities of grand and sophisticated entertaining, as well as impeccably servicing an expansive contemporary family life style. Truly it is a house for the ages while also being resplendent with architectural merit.
This remarkable turnkey townhouse at 64 East 7th Street is an architectural masterpiece in one of New York's most dynamic and creative neighborhoods. Generously proportioned at 25 feet wide, with floor-through natural light, a top-to-bottom renovation has created a uniquely calming refuge on one of the best blocks of the East Village. The ground floor is a large but intimate multifunctional space. With exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace, this chic urban/rustic great room is a place for casual gatherings and movie watching. A large, welcoming chef's kitchen faces a wall of windows that open to a serene south-facing garden. The Parlor Floor features a grand living room and an equally grand dining room. From the dining room, French doors open to a balcony overlooking the garden. A catering kitchen makes for ideal entertaining on this level. The second floor houses the primary suite. Here youll find a large, balconied bedroom, a dressing room, and an expansive master bath. This floor also boasts a private, windowed home office. The third floor is configured as the childrens/guests level, with two comfortable bedrooms, two baths and an interior nanny suite. The top floor penthouse level serves double duty as a den or guest room, with a full bath, a fireplace and a glorious, planted roof garden for entertaining. An elevator connects all of these main levels. Below the garden level is a service level which contains a laundry, a vaulted wine room, and state-of-the-art electrical and HVAC mechanical rooms. Meticulously renovated to the highest standards, this Village home offers an ideal backdrop for modern downtown living. With 7,500 square feet of thoughtfully laid out living space, the home is ideal for both entertaining and for more intimate, cozy, everyday moments.