Renovated Greenwich Village Townhouse Wants $25 Million

CurbedMarch 20, 2015

It's not entirely clear what the brokers mean by "With the spirit of nature" as the inspiration" and "this magnificent home redefines townhouse living by inviting the outdoors inside" (perhaps the fact that the floors are made of wood? From trees?) but regardless, this is a very fancily renovated townhouse right next to Washington Square Park. Good Property bought the building in November 2012 for $9.3 million and tapped Turett Collaborative Architects to renovate it into an enormous single-family home with an elevator, gym, wine cellar, radiant floor heating through, and 1,300 square feet of outdoor space. The house is now asking $25 million.

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