Photo Courtesy of Halstead PropertyIf you are in the market for an exquisite piece of luxury real estate in New York City, then you might want to check out this 9,000-square-foot “Modern Masterpiece” in Greenwich Village. The design is extremely minimal with stark white walls allowing accents of glass, steel, wood and stone to really stand out.
The five-story townhouse contains five bedrooms, five and a half baths, elevator, state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen on the private terrace, a full screening room with surround sound, wine storage room, gym, dog grooming room, and a floor-to-ceiling glass atrium.
Designed by Timothy Barry, working alongside SPaN Architects, the large residence plays with light and the Jacomo glass hallway and kitchen's sky-lit features really brightens the home in unusual ways. Each floor is connected by a large bathroom with double sky-lit showers, Toto air-jet soaking tubs, Turkish marble walls, and double bidet/toilets.
Upstairs is a front parlor with a custom wet bar and powder room, while the rear parlor is filled with natural light and gives a south-facing view with an outdoor kitchen. Once you get to the very top of the home you are greeted with a private terrace that offers a skyline view of New York City. The entire space was designed with energy efficiency in mind, and the smart house has radiant heating floor and filtered air.
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