54 MacDougal Street is conveniently perched on a picturesque tree-lined block in the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District at the crossroads of Soho, Greenwich Village and Hudson Square. This newly built, almost complete condominium captures the essence of its historic surroundings - located on property once belonging to Aaron Burr, the third Vice President of the USA - while it also embraces modern conveniences and amenities. The boutique, 4 unit building designed by
Nicole Fuller, displays distinctive architecture and design from its instant classic facade through its impeccably planned interiors.
Upon entering the main level of this Maisonette", one is immediately struck by an open, light infused solarium overlooking the ~900sf private landscaped yard. The flexible and generous indoor/outdoor living spaces and controlled views are ideal for year-round enjoyment. A large, open kitchen features Effeti back-painted glass cabinets, Arabescato stone countertops with island seating, a Gaggenau refrigerator, a Wolf range and microwave and a Falmec hood.
This main level of the home also includes an elegant powder room with a Waterworks polished nickel wash-stand and hammered, nickel-plated copper sink, handcrafted in France.
The Master Suite is positioned with open, west-facing exposures down tree-lined King Street and a spacious walk-in closet. Its en-suite marble bathroom features polished nickel Waterworks fixtures, Robern wall cabinets, twin sinks, a deep soaking tub, Toto toilet, and a separate, luxurious, glass-enclosed shower.
The tremendous and open lower level of the home boasts high ceilings, natural light and a 2nd direct means of access to the private yard above. This space is perfect for, and can accommodate a media room plus playroom, music studio, or gym and it also provides an additional large, half bath, an adjacent, spacious laundry room with a Miele washer/dryer and sink. This level can also be accessed via the large building elevator.
The home features multi-zoned, central air-conditioning and heating with Nest thermostats, European custom-designed, sound attenuating panel doors with concealed hinges, and 7.25 wide Panaget Oak flooring while the discreet and contextual building lobby features brick and metal panel work, and a remote access video intercom system.