From a Japanese Inspired Townhouse to a tower in FiDi, here are our favorite listings this week.
641 Warren St - Park Slope, New York
This newly listed townhouse in Park Slope was converted from a three-family to a single-family home by the current owners, who are of Japanese descent. While maintaining a keen focus on quality and practicality, the sellers were able to include many elements of their Japanese heritage throughout the home. There are 4.5 bedrooms and 2 traditional Japanese bathrooms, equipped with showers and Jacuzzi soaking tubs, spread between the ground level and the top floor. The most unique area, perhaps, is the traditional tea ceremony room ("Chashitsu"), which was custom built with tatami mats and a kitchen preparation area. This room overlooks the Japanese inspired garden, which includes a healthy Japanese maple, a fruiting peach and willow tree, bamboo, and a Chashitsu park.
215 Sullivan St, THA - Greenwich Village
An exceptional townhouse anchoring the Vaux House, an original masterwork by co-designer of Central Park Calvert Vaux, meticulously modernized. This gracious six-bedroom, seven bath townhouse comprises 7,436 interior square feet including wine cellar, private garage with direct residential access, all in the heart of Greenwich Village at 215 Sullivan Street. Soaring ceilings, rift-sawn 5"-wide plank white oak flooring, and an exquisite palette of bespoke finishes set a modern, sophisticated tone in this stunning residence. A private entry garden expertly conceived by esteemed landscape architect Edmund Hollander leads to the double-height entry foyer
30 West Street, Unit 32F Millennium Towers Residences, Battery Park
are opportunity to own a coveted, high floor "F" line residence in Millennium Tower with unobstructed, sweeping views unique to this neighborhood. This 2,097 square foot three bedroom, three-and-a-half bath residence is defined by its stunning open western and southern views, with peerless distance, inclusive of landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Governor's Island, and Liberty State Park. Enveloping, wraparound views of the Hudson River and East River add to the airy feel of the residence. The open living/dining area sits on the southwest corner of the building, the open plan accentuated by floor-to-ceiling glass windows. A chef's kitchen has top of the line appliances, including Subzero, Miele, Viking, and a wine refrigerator.
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