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Two Outdoor Spaces that Will Make You Really Wish It Was Spring

Metro // Mar 15, 2017

Despite a surprise March snow, spring is just days away. That means New Yorkers will emerge from hibernation and be able to enjoy the outdoors again. For the lucky ones, that includes their own outdoor spaces – from tiny balconies to actual backyards.

Here are two outdoor spaces that are sure to make any New Yorker jealous and wish for that warm weather to hurry up.

261 W. 25th St., 7BPH

This two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath apartment has its own private penthouse roof cabana. The cabana features a full kitchen and is professionally landscaped with irrigation.

“I believe to have a private cabana in the metropolitan area is very special, especially if the cabana has wonderful views and is equipped for entertaining as this one is at The Seymour,” said Lawrence Treglia, broker at CORE.

When you’re forced to spend your time inside, this Chelsea apartment features a full wall of casement windows, including in the master suite, and wire brushed solid oak floors.

211 E. 13th St., PHF

Even when the weather is somewhat chilly, the private roof terrace of this penthouse condo will remain cozy with its wood-burning fireplace encased by jet-mist granite.

With more than 730 squarefeet, the terrace also features a built-in Wolf gas barbecue, and Sonos-ready surround sound, lighting and irrigation systems. It is beautifully landscaped, including two Japanese Maple trees and five Cherry trees.

The inside centerpiece of this three-bedroom, three-bathroom East Village home is an iron and oak staircase. Other highlights include 9-foot-2-inch ceilings, wide-plank oak flooring throughout and radiant heated floors in all the bathrooms.

Original Article: Metro