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A $39.5M Palace on the UES and 9 More Tri-state Luxe Listings

New York Post // Sep 30, 2015


$25 Million, 74 Washington Place

Turett Collaborative Architects have done more transforming than Michael Bay. This particular project began life in 1853 as a Greek Revival townhouse. But then TCA recently got their hot little hands on it and upgraded it into a seven-level, “state-of-the-art” residence.


SPECS AND THE CITY: 7,053 square feet, six bedrooms, 6½ bathrooms, Greenwich Village


PERKS: More than 1,300 square feet of exterior living space including a private garden, eat-in chef’s kitchen with Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances, finished cellar, elevator, millwork by Henrybuilt, two gas fireplaces and tailor-made marble and tile work.


WHAT’STHE CATCH? With “unparalleled views” of Washington Square Park, speed chess might best Monday Night Football as your favorite spectator sport.


THE X-FACTOR: Much like their tigers, Siberia’s oak makes ours look like a joke. Lucky for you, your floors are made of it. (Oak, not tiger.)


CONTACT: Emily Beare and David Beare, Core, 212-726-0786 and 212-726-0743

Original Article: New York Post