Originally built as a traditional 1853 Greek Revival, this landmarked townhouse has been completely transformed by Turett Collaborative Architects into a 7-level state-of-the-art single-family residence. 74 Washington Place boasts 6-bedrooms, 6-full baths, 4-half baths, over 1,300 square feet of exterior living space and unparalleled views of Washington Square Park, The Empire State Building and One World Trade.
Double-height ceilings connect the living room and eat-in chef's kitchen featuring top-of-the-line Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances. Beautifully landscaped, the 750-square-foot private garden with outdoor kitchen seamlessly joins to the kitchen making this home excellent for entertaining. A dumbwaiter links the chef's pantry featuring an additional sink and dishwasher to the butler's pantry with a wet bar and refrigerated drawers off of the formal dining room. The master floor offers a gas fireplace, south-facing private balcony overlook the garden, and a north-facing master bath with oversized windows looking out to the townhomes of Washington Place. On the sixth floor, the sun-drenched penthouse and 340-square-foot terrace frame rare views of New York City's most iconic landmarks.
Including the finished cellar with a skylight, the home spans 9,125 square feet, marrying high-end design, construction and functionality. Finishes include millwork by Henrybuilt, Siberian oak floors, two gas fireplaces and tailor-made marble and tile work. Additional amenities include an elevator, wine cellar, radiant heated floors throughout, as well as Savant Systems home automation and an audio/visual security system.