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Emily Beare + David Beare | CORE 74 Washington Place

Modern NYC // Jun 29, 2015



With the “spirit of nature” as the inspiration 74 Washington Place, originally an 1853 Greek Revival style multi-family dwelling, has been transformed into a 6-story state-of-the-art single-family residence. With unparalleled views of Washington Square Park, The Empire State Building and the new One World Trade, this magnificent home redefines townhouse living by inviting the outdoors inside. The home boasts 6-bedrooms, 6-full baths, 4-half baths and over 1,300 square feet of outdoor living space.


Including the finished cellar with a skylight, the home spans 9,125 square feet with an elevator, glass walls allowing the home to fill with natural light and dramatic double-height spaces. The home’s finishes include a Henrybuilt kitchen, wardrobe, and vanities, Siberian oak floors, two gas fireplaces and tailor-made marble and tile work. Additional amenities include a gym, wine cellar, radiant floor heating throughout, dumbwaiter, Savant Systems home automation and an audio/visual security system. 74 Washington Place was developed by Good Property and designed in collaboration with Turett Collaborative Architects. Furnishings by Good Property and BDDW.


Original Article: Modern NYC