18 West 11th Street
Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas Greenwich Village
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This level features a bedroom with two closets, full bath with shower and a home office with a large picture window overlooking the outdoor terrace. This level also has a separate utility room with a sink and another washer and dryer
The master suite has a king-sized bedroom (back) and en suite bath with a wall of mirrored closets, double sinks with a center vanity and tiled shower.
This level is configured with two formal living rooms. The front living room has a custom wet bar and built-in storage and the back one has two large picture windows and a separate seating alcove with a wood-burning fireplace and access to the dumbwaiter.
Pass through the entry foyer and on the right is a wall of floor-to-ceiling closets with a half bath and mud closet across the hallway. In the front of the house is a library/den with three large picture windows and a wall of custom built-ins.
Enter under the stoop and down the hall is a half bath which is directly opposite an entry to the private guest suite. The suite has a large living room with a solarium in it, a bedroom, a full kitchen with a dishwasher and a full bath. At the back of the house is the kitchen which has stainless steel appliances, abundant storage, a counter space and a pass-through to the dining area which provides access to the fully decked outdoor space.
Accessed off of the main staircase this level is comprised of a large utility room with several storage closets and a separate laundry room.
- Cable ready
- Central laundry room
- Laundry service
This one-of-a-kind home is nestled among a row of seven elegant, brick, Greek Revival townhouses and is located on the best tree-lined, Gold Coast block in Greenwich Village. Originally built by Henry Brevoort Jr. in 1845 as one of four row houses, this home was completely rebuilt in 1978 in a modernist style with angled exterior and large picture windows while retaining a nod to its historical past. Designed around the concept of an open central staircase from which the rooms unfold and flow onto multiple levels, this 5 story single family townhouse boasts 3 bedrooms (4 possible), 3 full baths, 2 half baths, an elevator and dumbwaiter, a private guest suite with a full kitchen and a south facing garden with a 45 year old Japanese Katsura tree. Filled with light from a central skylight, this distinctive home is perfect for entertaining large parties and showcasing cherished works of art.
Additional features of this building include: Two Washer and Dryers, Wet Bar, Small Greenhouse, and Skylight.
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Greenwich Village was developed in the 19th Century, prior to the planning of the New York City grid. Therefore, even the Village’s most modern luxury condos have a bit of European charm from the meandering, tree-lined streets, leftover from the time.