7 Fireplaces in Greenwich Village
By Jessica • Oct 11, 2014
Currently for sale, it is priced at $22 million.
7 Fireplaces in Greenwich Village:
“Built in 1846, this posh, newly refreshed, 25′ wide, 6800 sq ft single-family townhouse with 7 fireplaces — located in quintessential Greenwich Village between Fifth & University — is the architectural and historical embodiment of pristine New York luxury living.
The Garden Floor is outfitted with a Boffi stainless steel and rich walnut eat-in kitchen, bookend marble wall fireplace, Boffi shelving and storage units, with off-kitchen access to the south-facing, split level Garden.
The Parlor Floor introduces itself with a gray Barr flagstone entry,12′ ceilings, twin fireplaces, dentil molding, original mantle, and a Juliet balcony (from which one can access the beautifully landscaped Garden). Light gushes through the floor-to-ceiling double-paned mahogany windows in the formal dining room, which is connected to the living room by a gorgeously molded framed entry.
The Guest Floor features three bedrooms, the largest of which has an exquisite en suite marble bath, separate sitting / office area, and Victorian fireplace. The two smaller bedrooms are perfectly appointed as guest or child’s bedrooms, and also feature an en suite bath. A generous linen closet is also located herein.
The Master Floor is beautifully proportioned as an elegant retreat, complete with 25′ x 12′ private terrace, an imported stone fireplace, a hand-carved stone ovular tub, antique tiles, separate sinks, shower room, water closet, and windowed walk-in. The master bath also has its own fireplace.
The Family Floor is illuminated by two oversized skylights. 50′ long bookcases, a separate built-in entertainment system, small windowed office with storage closet, and limestone / mosaic half-bath.
The house comes with five-zone HVAC system, state of the art NEST thermostats, Lutron Maestro dimmers with LED displays, a modern water-based fire suppression system, air cleaning & humidification system, seven working fireplaces, and Arnold Chan designed lighting.”
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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