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Time Equities Reveals New Model Townhome 38 Prince Street At Residences at Prince

PROFILEnyc // Nov 20, 2017

Time Equities has revealed the new model townhome at 38 Prince Street at the Residences at Prince condo development. The townhome is named after the address, 38 Prince Street, for enhanced privacy and for a private address for the townhome. The residence was originally the west wing of Old Saint Patrick’s School and Convent, the 1826 edifice combines the strong lines of a late Federal house with the stylistic Greek Revival flair of a classic triangular pediment with oculus window. The five story residence features 7 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and 3 half-baths, spread over 8,609 SF of interior living space and an additional 1,614 SF cellar. The townhome features a spiral staircase, 3 fireplaces, oak flooring, replicated historical moldings, grand parlor with wet bar, elevator, a casual dining room which opens to a large south-facing, bi-level garden with an outdoor kitchen; and an expansive open gourmet kitchen with extensive marble countertops, Smallbone cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances. The home also features a lavish master floor complete with a private study, a glorious spa-like bath with Waterworks fixtures and a huge dressing room. The owner will have access to condominium services and amenities next door at the main condo building which include, 24 hour doorman, complimentary snow shoveling, a fitness area with state of the art equipment and a private yoga room, climate controlled wine cellar, private storage, bicycle storage, package room and dry-cleaning storage and attended lobby. The project was designed by Marvel Architects and is being developed by Time Equities and Hamlin Ventures. 38 Prince Street is currently listed for $25,000,000 with Patrick V. Lilly of CORE NYC.

Original Article: PROFILEnyc