Once the home of artist George Condo, this five-story townhouse in the heart of New York’s West Village is a convergence of old and new. Constructed in 1842 by noted builder Andrew Lockwood, the Greek Revival–style brick building has a decidedly modern interior by Leroy Street Studio and Christine Markatos Design. Highlights include 13-foot ceilings, wood flooring, and large windows. On the main level, there’s a formal living room with a decorative wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room with herringbone wood floors and another fireplace, and a large eat-in kitchen with an expansive breakfast bar. The second level consists of the master suite, which has two baths, a large office, and a sitting room. There are three additional bedrooms on the topmost floor, including one that could serve as a family room, and a home gym on the ground floor. A bamboo-fenced landscaped garden out back has cherry trees and ample space for open-air dining.
Architectural DigestJuly 28, 2016