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  • 002_Living Room
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  • 004_Kitchen
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  • 006_KitchenHall
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  • 008_Master Bedoom
  • 009_Master Bathroom
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  • 011_Deck
  • 012_Family Room
  • 013_Bedroom
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  • 017_Dining Area
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  • 3Bedrooms
  • 3.5Bathrooms

Original detail meets contemporary in this 1890’s Brick Townhouse.  The meticulously renovated residence features two apartments and a full basement. The first floor unit is set up as a one bedroom and 1.5 Bath Apartment with a large living/dining room, and a kitchen. The kitchen fit for a chef features a 6 burner Viking stove with a professional exhaust system, Jennair stainless steel appliances (including a wine fridge), Quartzite counter tops, and a marble backsplash. To maximize storage and work area, the kitchen was designed in a U shape.  The full bathroom has a glass enclosed shower, oversized whirlpool tub, and a Doublewide marble vanity. Both bathrooms have Duravit fixtures, marble floors, and subway tile. The finished basement is connected to the first floor residence off of the living room. It is completely finished with a separate laundry area, has four windows and its own separate entrance from the side and rear of the home. The top floor consists of a two bedroom one bath unit and features an open concept living area, a spectacular kitchen, stunning bathroom, and a washer/dryer. The master bedroom has two closets that are approximately 11 feet in width and 10 feet in height. The sunlight in this unit is absolutely spectacular because of the two enormous skylights that were installed when the roof was replaced. Throughout the home you will find Maple hardwood floors, soaring ten foot Ceilings, custom made Marvin windows, and Runtal radiators. Another great feature of this home is the green oasis of a back yard. It feels very private back there because of the mature Aspen and bamboo.  A part of it is paved but there is enough room to have a vegetable and perennial garden. There is a deck off of the first floor master bedroom that leads to the garden, and a separate entrance from the side of the home. From the restored cornice and brickwork to the rounded top windows with original marble cornerstones and period sconces, this is truly a rare gem.

For more information, please contact Vasilis Kokoris at 646-207-6734