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40 Leroy St., New York, NY 10014

$12,500,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$12,500,000 Price
Single-Family Townhouse Property Type
Greenwich Village Neighborhood
4 Beds
3.5 Baths
3,650 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$4,216 RET
Key Features:
Fireplace
Prewar
Allows Pets
Rooftop Access
Unit Terrace
Description:

Meticulously designed, this four story, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom single family corner townhouse located in the West Village, blends classic character and elegance with the finest details and modern luxuries.

Elegant comfort abounds in this sophisticated home with interior living space of approximately 3,850 square feet which spans four levels. 40 Leroy also offers a basement and a fully outfitted 1,000 square foot roof terrace, which creates additional living space for warmer weather living and entertaining.

Front steps rise to a lovely double-door entry with transom windows accessing the vestibule which opens to the gracious, parlor floor with 10 ft ceiling height. The sun-filled open living/sitting and dining room is enhanced by 2 fireplaces, southern white pine wide-plank flooring, windows on the south and western sides of the house and many gorgeous details. Step up to the immaculate gourmet eat-in kitchen overlooking Bedford Street, with an abundance of custom cabinetry, Calacatta Borghini honed marble countertops, a deep oversized sink, 8-burner Blue Star range with vented hood, 42-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator, and 2 Miele dishwashers. A powder room sits conveniently nearby.

The level above offers a second living room with fireplace and original wide-plank oak wood floors, flanked by two well-proportioned rooms. Light streams into the front room, currently set up as an office/library with custom millwork and a fireplace. To the right of the stairway, is a large bedroom with custom cabinetry and an adjoining windowed, en-suite marble bathroom.

All of level three is reserved for the luxurious primary bedroom retreat. The oversized corner bedroom with a fireplace and spectacular light offers a spacious, cozy retreat. The piece de resistance is the large, well appointed dressing room with walls of custom shelving and cabinetry providing floor-to-ceiling storage. This room leads into the windowed marble bathroom featuring double sinks, a polished patina aluminum with white interior Lefroy Brooks free standing soaking tub with hand shower, and an Ann Sacks Calacatta marble tile spa shower.

The fabulous roof terrace with a pergola is fully outfitted for entertaining with a Viking grill, refrigerator, and ice maker, offers a separate built-in seating area with an outdoor fireplace. There is also storage space to house all of your outdoor necessities, making for a spectacular space with West Village neighborhood views, perfect for intimate barbecues or a grand rooftop party.

The lower level of the house extends the living/sleeping quarters, offering a large den/playroom with original wood-beamed ceilings and a wall of painted white exposed brick, 2 additional bedrooms in the rear, and a full bath styled with Calacatta marble hexagonal floor and subway tiles. This level also features a glass enclosed vestibule, which provides direct access to the street.

Striking elements include custom millwork, tasteful trim and moldings, 7 fireplaces, abundant windows (due to its corner positioning) Nanz hardware, Barber Wilson bathroom fixtures and other high-end finishes throughout.

Other feature highlights include state-of-the-art security and intercom systems, 3-zone central heating and air conditioning for year-round comfort. The house is also wired for sound throughout.

Built circa 1837 for dry goods merchant Andrew Quackenbush, the original brick and stone row house was conceived in the Greek Revival style accented by Italianate modifications. A full reconfiguration and gut renovation by MADE Architects which includes full electrical and plumbing updates, was fully completed within the last 5 years. This stunning home, has been completely restored while maintaining the authentic details that make this landmarked home in the Greenwich Village South Historic District, so special.

Listing courtesy of Compass

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