Labor Day weekend is just around the corner and summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean we’re tired of great private outdoor spaces quite yet. Here are three great properties on the market that can give summer the sendoff it deserves.
On the inside this historic Greenwich Village brownstone is totally restored and renovated for contemporary living, but the outdoor spaces stand out as well. There are two private terraces, but we really want to focus on the backyard, which is a charming space in one of Manhattan’s best neighborhoods that can handle the busiest holiday celebration. And if you need a moment alone, you can sneak off to that private terrace off the master bedroom.
We’ve fallen for the contemporary renovation of this pied-a-terre-friendly Midtown co-op apartment, which features clean and sleek lines throughout. And the bones are good as well, with big windows letting in lots of light, and views in all four directions. One of Manhattan’s most well-known stretches, 57th Street puts you a short walk from Central Park and the desired retail of Fifth Avenue and the Plaza District. Already that’s a lot of pluses, but we’ve saved the best for last: The 500-square-foot private terrace that’s bigger than many New York City apartments. Have a peek below.