158 Waverly Pl, 3 - Greenwich Village, New York
A rare opportunity awaits nestled on Historic Waverly Place in the heart of the West Village. The full floor residence, which underwent a massive restoration / preservation is the embodiment of classic and timeless West Village Living. 158 Waverly Place is a Historic 1839 Greek revival townhouse, originally owned by Lambert Sutdham, President of Manhattan Gas & Light (now Con Edison). The Sprawling Floor-plan offers 2 Bedrooms at opposite ends of the home. On the Northern side, Landmark protected tree top views grace the tastefully appointed Living room / Library which boasts a stunning wood burning fireplace. Adjacent to the Main living room, is a custom dining banquet room, outfitted with original furnishings from The Waverly Inn Restaurant. Ample custom cabinetry, a in wall TV elevator and beer/wine bar round out this remarkable room and entertaining space. Enjoy your second wood burning fireplace in the Den / Media room with a perfectly framed southern window looking over the historic Waverly place gardens of the adjacent townhomes. The kitchen is designed specifically with small-bone cabinetry, a large capacity refrigerator/freezer and a viking range that fully vents to the exterior. At the far southern end of the home lies the dream like master bedroom. Listen to the birds chirping and the fire crackling in your third wood burning fireplace as you peer through eastern and southern windows again over the historic gardens. Period Piece William Morris wallpaper throughout, treetop landmarked views, and THREE WOOD BURNING FIREPLACES "It's like out of a movie". There is a furnished / landscaped roof garden with landmark protected views in each direction. Washer / Dryer in UnitThis is a Diamond in the rough ridden in history. By Appointment only.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman