** Prime West Village / Greenwich Village ** Rare opportunity to have the best of West Village classic townhouse living with the comfort of a contemporary condominium. This expansive, 38-foot-wide home, with four full floors of living space (approx. 6,300 square feet), plus a gracious, private outdoor garden (approx. 1,400 square feet), offers 4-6 bedrooms (easily converts to up to 6 bedrooms), 4 full baths, 2 half baths + a formal library, a full chef's eat-in kitchen plus two kitchenettes, and three living room areas on different floors.
The dramatic formal living room with its soaring 16-foot-high ceilings has steady northern light through French doors which open into an elegantly-landscaped garden — surrounded by high walls and beautiful river birch trees — complete with an outdoor kitchen of dual built-in grills for year-round entertaining. The home also boasts two wood-burning fireplaces, a chef's kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, a paneled library, and a full-floor multi-media / recreation room with a retractable movie screen. Throughout the home, there are satin-finish cherrywood floors, an abundance of closets, as well as central air conditioning (CAC), a laundry room, and a state-of-the-art Creston system for audio-video and security.
Situated in the most desirable area of the picturesque West Village with a convenient parking garage next door, the home is close to Hudson River Park, the Meatpacking District, and the High Line with a multitude of Greenwich Village, Tribeca, and SoHo dining, boutique shopping and entertainment options in all directions.
Courtesy of Engel & Volkers New York Real Estate LLC
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