40 Bond Street, TH1 - Greenwich Village, New York
Located in a historic neighborhood containing the most magnificent cast iron buildings in the world, 40 Bond is an architectural masterpiece conceived by Ian Schrager and designed by Pritzker Prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron. An instant landmark, the building offers unprecedented, innovative and sophisticated layouts, details and finishes and embodies the revolutionary concept of effortless luxury living. TH1 is an exquisitely renovated 25'-wide, 3,739 SF triplex townhouse with 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and private gated entrance on Bond Street. A generously proportioned 23' x 32' great room features a dual gas/wood-burning fireplace designed by the architects. The dining room and eat-in kitchen include 24' wide sliding glass doors, providing a seamless transition to the 24' x 44' fully landscaped private formal garden, featuring a decorative wall with marble outdoor fireplace, ornamental pear trees, and exterior lighting throughout. The windowed master suite overlooks the garden and includes an en-suite bathroom with wet room in Corian embossed with the building's signature graffiti motif. The entire lower level is devoted to the media room, outfitted with projector system, marble bar, and storage. Floors, kitchen, and master bathroom finished in Austrian smoked oak. Operable floor-to-ceiling windows. Fully integrated custom lighting, sound, and window shades throughout by Crestron. Floor-through plan with north and south exposures. 24-hour concierge and fitness room.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman