Every home tells a story, and if these walls could talk - they'd spin quite a tale!
This eclectic townhouse has a flair for the dramatic, including its very own performance stage and artifacts from just about every borough in NYC. Highlights include a colorful stained-glass front door, a gorgeously restored telephone-pole column from Staten Island, and a handmade steel railing inspired by the Manhattan Bridge. There's a black and white cookie-inspired fireplace and decorative pillar from a factory in Detroit, a modern designer chandelier and Gucci crane wallpaper. The Chef's kitchen boasts 1940's Bronx Bakery cabinetry and everything is glued together by the huge kitchen island made of four pieces of thick Carrara marble, arranged in a mirrored design. Enjoy the serene views of the backyard, paved with rare original NYC Chelsea Piers cobblestones.
A gracious kitchen that would leave any chef swooning
You can be the star of your very own stage
Everywhere you turn, a new moment reveals itself
One of three bedrooms - this one with exposed brick and decorative fireplace
Work from home in style
A gallery-style hallway is flooded with natural sunlight from the skylight above, striking a delicate balance between warm and industrial.
Each room has its own character, creating an eclectic patchwork that lends itself to creativity
This 3-bedroom, 2-bath home is truly a unique oasis for those seeking something exceptional.
Now available for $10,000/month.
For more information, please contact Cecilia Cina at Brown Harris Stevens.