Gut-Renovated Designer Greenwich Village Trophy Mansion
Featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, The NY Post, 6 SQFT, and The Observer.
19th century charm meets cutting-edge 21st century design with this one-of-a-kind single-family mansion on Washington Place, a 6-bedroom, 8-bathroom masterpiece with a wine cellar, tasting lounge, outdoor hot tub, custom glass elevator, Crestron home automation, private spa, and a trio of tranquil outdoor oases designed for entertaining and lounging. Exposed brick and stone combine with glass, steel, and wood to create an alluring palette of surfaces and textures.
Gut-renovated by world-renowned Clodagh Design, this stunning 22.33’ wide compound spreads 6 stories across approximately 8,757 square feet of immaculate interiors. Ideal for impressive entertaining and luxurious living, 80 Washington Place is a true trophy home.
The basement level contains a sky lit media room, a glass-faced wine cellar with an accompanying bar and tasting lounge, maid’s quarters, a laundry room with a utility sink, a powder room, an open butler’s kitchen and formal dining room, with a light well that allows natural sunlight from above.
Floating wood stairs with a glass banister leads up to a garden level with a grand, open foyer, an open chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and custom finishes, and a spectacular double-height living room with a custom-built gas fireplace. Just off the living room is an enchanting South garden with a full outdoor Viking kitchen, a teak cabana, and lush planters. The mezzanine level floats over the garden level and is ideal for use as a study, library, or home office. It features a full bathroom and plenty of custom built-in storage.
A pair of guest suites with spa bathrooms sit on the third level of the home, and a luxurious primary suite occupies the entire fourth floor. The primary suite boasts couples’ bathrooms, a private fireplace, terrace, built-in closets, and a windowed dressing room. On the fifth level is another bedroom as well as a private spa with a glass-enclosed sauna and access to a large sun terrace with a Jacuzzi tub. Completing the home is an incredible roof deck with an integrated grilling station, an eat-in bar, and stunning views of One World Trade Center.
Nestled in the heart of Greenwich Village, 80 Washington Place was built in 1839 and was once owned by composer John Philip Sousa. The home boasts a classic Georgian redbrick façade and is less than a block away from Washington Square Park. It is moments from a multitude of trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and is well-served by the A/C/E/B/D/F/M/R/W/1/6 subway lines.