These 5 homes are among the most lovely that are currently up for sale
Every week, Curbed covers dozens of market listings that vary in price, location, size, grandeur, quirkiness, and other distinct characteristics. If they managed to capture our attention, that means there’s definitely something special going on. But some of these homes are so lovely that they warrant a special kind of notoriety as some of the prettiest homes currently up for sale in New York City. And so, here it is: five listing that have that special “je ne sais quoi” that separates them from the rest. Happy gawking!
↑Architect’s bespoke Tribeca penthouse seeks $14M: A 14-room lesson for architects, designed by its architect-owner, is made up in glorious walnut millwork and features other custom touches like a 1,000-bottle glass wine room and a glass and blackened steel stairway. The penthouse also features a 1,700-square-foot private rooftop terrace that comes with bluestone pavers, an irrigated herb and vegetable garden, an outdoor kitchen, and an integrated Sonos sound system.
↑$1.9M Ditmas Park house’s garage is a ‘super cool’ media room: This lovely six-bedroom Victorian is fresh off a full renovation that blended the house’s original details with a few modern touches. One of the best features? What was once the garage has been converted into a “super cool” entertainment space that opens into the backyard.
↑Lavish Greenwich Village ‘townhouse in the sky’ wants $11.25M: Dubbed a “townhouse in the sky,” this Greenwich Village penthouse covers 4,000 square feet split up over three floors with five bedrooms, four full and three half bathrooms, two private rooftop terraces (with a Wolf grill, outdoor storage, and a dining area), 11-foot ceilings, an expansive living and dining room (complete with a wood-burning fireplace and crown molding), and much more.
↑19th-century UES mansion recast for modern living reduces ask to $38.8M: The townhouse between Fifth and Madison avenues was originally designed in 1882 by Thom & Wilson, and recommissioned in 1899 by Clinton and Russell, the duo behind the Apthorp and Hotel Astor. It underwent a complete and exquisite renovation which brought it a sweeping elliptical staircase topped by a skylight, a double-height library, a gym in the basement, and gallery spaces on the first and second floors.
↑Charming West Village co-op covered in exposed brick wants $3.65M: This charming, exposed brick-heavy co-op in the West Village features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and spans a spacious 1,960 square feet. The living/dining area comes with a wood-burning fireplace, 10-foot-tall beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and large windows, some of which offer a glimpse of the Hudson River: and that’s only the beginning of it.