10 West 10th Street
Fifth Ave Greenwich Village
Nearby Subway Stations
The informal family suite on the fifth floor is a spacious living/dining area with atrium-style windows and French doors that open onto a landscaped terrace. The eat-in kitchen has a skylight and opens out into a second terrace. The suite is complete with a bedroom and a windowed half bath.
The fourth floor encompasses a huge children's playroom and two bedrooms each with an en suite bath. There is also a second laundry room with a utility sink and washer and dryer.
The third level is comprised of a full floor master suite which has a large master bedroom with a sitting area and an adjacent office, a secondary bedroom, and a half bathroom. On the other side of the floor is a windowed dressing closet with custom built-in storage and a full bath with shower and separate soaking Jacuzzi bathtub.
The parlor floor's grand living room and formal dining room are separated by mahogany pocket doors and feature inlaid herringbone oak hardwood floors and two fireplaces. The 12' ceilings are highlighted with floor-to-ceiling double-hung windows. There is also a wet bar, a windowed half bathand a library with custom built-in storage.
The garden level has a large guest suite with kitchenette, en suite bath, windowed half bath and office. The substantial chef's kitchen and butler's pantry both feature fine oak cabinetry from La Cornue of France with marble countertops and appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf. The butler's pantry leads to a spacious breakfast room with access to the garden patio; the breakfast room is also accessible from the kitchen.
The fully finished cellar has rare 8' ceilings, twin Viking refrigerators, wine refrigerator, utility room with a full-size washer and dryer, cedar closets, a windowed fitness room and an en suite bath with a steam shower, sauna and generous storage and closet space throughout.
- Alarm system
- Cable ready
- Central air
- Fitness center
- High-speed internet
- Staff room
- Roof deck
- Wine cellar
- Wood-burning fireplace
Originally built in 1844, this four-story Greek revival style townhouse exemplifies the elegance and refinement that is synonymous with the Gold Coast. At 26' wide, this triple mint condition house features rarely found triple exposures on all floors and has been impeccably renovated from top to bottom. With 7 bedrooms, 7 full baths and 3 half baths this stunning home features an elevator, 3 wood burning fireplaces, multiple outdoor spaces, high-end finishes, central heat and A/C, security system and a fully centralized sound system. From the parlor level's grand floor-to-ceiling windows, mahogany pocket doors and herringbone hardwood floors to the garden level's chef's kitchen with La Cornue oak cabinetry, range, and coordinating butler's pantry this home is the epitome of sophistication. The third level's full floor master suite has a spacious bedroom with adjacent office, second bedroom, one and a half baths and considerable dressing closet. The fourth floor has a large children's playroom and two bedrooms, all with en suite baths. There is also a laundry room on the 4th Floor. An informal family suite on the 5th floor has a large living/dining room with atrium-style windows and French doors, an open kitchen and a bedroom with a half bath. The fully finished cellar has rare 8' ceilings, dual Viking fridges, a wine fridge, a utility room with washer and dryer and a fitness room, with it's own full bathroom including a steam shower and sauna.
Additional features of this building include: 26' wide, Integrated sound system, N, S, E exposures, Oak cabinetry from Le Cornue of France, 3 outdoor spaces, Dual zone security system, Elevator, Oak hardwood floors, Radiant heat floors, central heat and A/C, and Soundproofing throughout house.
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Downtown Central, from Houston Street to 14th Street, from the Bowery to Seventh Avenue.
If you’re new to Greenwich Village, and you’re walking along admiring its townhouses and co-ops, the spot where West Fourth Street crosses West Tenth Street might cause you to scratch your head a little. Even the Village’s most modern luxury condos get a bit of European charm from the meandering, tree-lined streets, leftovers from the 19th century, when Greenwich Village was new development, started up before the city’s grid plan.