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1 Sutton Place – Full-blown mansion in Sutton Place
What you’re getting: This 7,000 ft², 20-ft by 70-ft brick Georgian town home was designed in 1920 for Anne Vanderbilt (Mrs. William Vanderbilt), has direct water views from all major rooms, a 21-ft long dining room, an incredible garden, a sun room with glass ceilings and walls, 6 fireplaces, 8 bathrooms, and an elevator that accesses all floors. The legacy of this house is amazing and the pedigree of its neighbors attest to its luxurious surroundings.
14 Garden Place – Townhouse in Brooklyn Heights
What you’re getting: This stunning four-story, 20-ft wide townhouse on one of Brooklyn’s most exclusive and beautiful streets provides all of the modern comforts while maintaining the charm of a classic Brooklyn brownstone with high ceilings, parquet floors, moldings, and 8 wood burning fireplaces all across over 4,000 ft² of flexible living.
416 West 51st Street – Townhouse in Hell’s Kitchen
What you’re getting: This monumental 25-ft wide, elevator townhouse from 1910 offers over 4,000 ft² of meticulously renovated space, the highest quality of materials and newest technologies, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3 powder rooms, an unparalleled Great Room with a 22-ft ceiling and two levels of floor to ceiling windows.
31 Perry Street – Townhouse in the West Village
What you’re getting: This rare 25-foot wide mixed-use townhouse built in 1901 as a stable is located on one of the prettiest tree-lined blocks in Greenwich Village and offers nearly 9,000 ft² of interior space, a large landscaped roof deck, tranquil views overlooking historic Perry Street and the magical St John’s Gardens, and offers total flexibility as this is ideal for live/work, a private foundation, or conversion to a spectacular single-family mansion.
476 Broadway, Apt 5R – 2 bed, 2.5 bath Condo loft in Soho
What you’re getting: Having recently undergone a full gut renovation, this architecturally stunning home boasts 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 11’5″ ceilings, East and South exposures, key locked elevator opening directly to the apartment, multiple heating and cooling zones, a washer/dryer, and an abundance of closets.
59 Middagh Street – Townhouse in Brooklyn Heights
What you’re getting: This 29-ft wide, five-story, 6,300 ft², newly renovated mansion is set on a tranquil block in the heart of Brooklyn Heights and blends historic charm with modern luxury as seen in the Wolf gas range and double oven, Subzero refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, charming 1,000 ft² garden, large gym with sauna, wet bar, powder room, and laundry.