Built in 1839, in classical Georgian style, 80 Washington Place is a luxurious family townhouse, a stone’s throw away from the vibrant and lively Washington Square.
The property was formerly owned by the famous American composer and conductor John Philip Sousa. In collaboration with the renowned architectural team, Clodagh Design, this townhouse has experienced an intensive restoration spanned over three years, which has transformed the almost 175 year old residence into a modern Greenwich Village masterpiece.
A glass stairway and lift connect the seven floors of the stylish home. Entering the property by the south side of Washington Place, leaves you speechless by the vast space of the two-story living room, overlooked by the multi-functional mezzanine level.
A private oasis can be enjoyed directly off the main level of the living room, including teak cabana, an outdoor dining corner and a kitchen, all of which enjoys an abundance of sunlight. The lower gallery occupies the entire length of the residence, exposing the original details of the century old property. A second gourmet kitchen is also located on this floor, along with a wine tasting room, and a multimedia room.
Numerous bedrooms are found in the private wing of the residence, each with their own bathroom finished to a spa standard, including steam showers. The master bedroom occupies the entire fourth floor of the luxury home. This spacious suite is equipped with multiple bathrooms, a modern fireplace, an ample dressing room, and a magnificent terrace which overlooks the garden below.
The upper floor provides an office space, or alternatively a further bedroom, and A third outdoor area, similar to a Zen sanctuary. To conclude, the roof-top terrace offers breathtaking views of Washington Square and the Freedom Tower.
The interior of the meticulously finished residence combines details of the past century with modern materials and technology, creating a compelling architectural masterpiece.
The attractive townhouse is on the market for 21,737,400 Euro.