After your morning sauna, swim the length of your 8-foot deep indoor pool, then sunbathe on your private roof deck and later relax in your double height solarium greenhouse and watch the day turn to dusk. Entertain guests for dinner outside in your garden oasis and then take comfort in the library near the wood burning fireplace, before retreating to the hot tub in your master bedroom overlooking your terrace. For a lifestyle defined by privacy and comfort, this 22.5-foot wide Chelsea town home in New York City offers a total of five floors, a spectacularly rare and no longer permitted 26-foot long indoor pool that opens into a 16-foot high solarium sanctuary, connected to a lush and landscaped private garden.
This 5,000 square foot home features five wood burning fireplaces, a rooftop deck and a large basement. There’s an open kitchen and dining area, a powder room and a library/office on the entry level. The garden level, in addition to the pool and solarium, includes a lounge, a wet bar, a sauna, and a bathroom with shower. The second floor includes a second bedroom with en suite bath that could be opened up to the main library or the master bedroom suite which has a full bath, separate hot tub, a fireplace and greenhouse windows. The 3rd and 4th floors are convertible 3-bedroom/1-bath market rate floor-through apartments, each with original wood plank hardwood floors and a fireplace. One of the most extraordinary homes in the neighborhood, this 19th Century classic townhouse meets modern indulgence, invites transformation to a single family residence that is uncompromising in luxury and ultimate distinction.
This stunning townhouse is for sale at Core Group NYC.
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