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This exquisite and renovated East Village top-floor two-bedroom (convertible to three), two-and-a-half bathroom home features townhouse garden views, a private south-facing roof terrace and wonderful light through three skylights. Built in 1900, this turnkey 21 foot-wide townhouse duplex with additional FAR blends historic details with a thoughtfully modern renovation by Joeb Moore & Partners.
From the top floor, an open layout lends itself to entertaining. Large picture windows face south over tranquil gardens and together with three skylights fill the space with light. The state-of-the-art kitchen is anchored by a 13-foot island with a steel waterfall countertop. A matching steel sink, backsplash and cabinetry (all magnetic) are framed by floor-to-ceiling white cabinetry. The kitchen is complete with high end appliances including an integrated 36" Gaggenau refrigerator, a six-burner Blue Star range, Miele speed wall oven, steam oven and warming drawer, food disposal and a water filtration system.
The lower level consists of the master and secondary bedrooms (a third could be added upstairs). From the garden-view master bedroom, a large dressing area with custom closets leads to the spa-like master bath, complete with a custom Corian sink, Laufen wall mounted toilet and a large shower with double rainfall heads.
Every detail of this home was carefully designed, including a straight steel staircase, concealed built-in storage, custom floor-to-ceiling pocket doors with steel pulls, 8-inch oak flooring, reclaimed barn wood walls, large laundry closet with a vented washer/dryer on the bedroom level, Nest separately zoned central air, custom steel baseboards and Sonos surround sound (also separately zoned).
Located on a charming, but non-landmarked, and tree-lined block, there is additional FAR; in theory and depending on zoning, additions to the home are possible for the buyer looking to expand. Desirably located on one of the prettiest East Village blocks: East 9th Street between Avenue A and First Avenue. Tompkins Square Park is at the end of this non-through street, and your new home is conveniently located close to Union Square, Astor Place and all that life in prime Greenwich Village has to offer.
Listing Courtesy of Compass..