Tour This $23.5 Million NYC Townhouse That Has 1,200 Square Feet of Outdoor Space
By Carly Olson. Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
In a city known for its close quarters, this home—with six bedrooms, seven baths, and one half-bath—feels incredibly spacious. Situated in Greenwich Village, this 7,400-square-foot townhouse has undergone a complete renovation, and is now listed for $23.5 million. Lofty ceilings and 1,200 square feet of gardens and private terraces make space and greenery feel abundant. The private garden, designed by Edmund Hollander Landscape Design, includes a large ginkgo tree as well as an automated irrigation system so there is no green thumb required to maintain a lush backyard in the city.
The lavish master suite occupies the entire 1,283-square-foot fourth level. The spa-like bathroom features Bianco Dolomite marble floors, deep soaking tub, steam shower, and additional WC. The room is stocked with amenities like a wood-burning fireplace (one of the home's two), floor-to-ceiling glass doors, and two enormous walk-in closets. A built-in Savant System allows homeowners to remotely control every aspect of the spacious residence, including the lighting, security system, and 10-zone central air conditioning. The townhouse also features a home gym, private screening room, wine cellar, and—the ultimate luxury in New York City—laundry on all five floors.
This story originally appeared on Architectural Digest.
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