|1 bedroom / 1 bath||From $2'150'000|
A classic pre-war condominium situated in the heart of Greenwich Village.
Designed by architect Emery Roth, this historic building is a blend of traditional Italianate blend of Moorish masonry and English detailing, with elegant modern interior spaces by Victoria Hogan.
Its quiet central location, just within steps of eclectic shopping, dining, and culture makes Devonshire House a rare find.
Devonshire House's living spaces are inviting and elegant. The main rooms and bedrooms are light-filled custon Pella windows. Custom-designed moldings and millwork add a classic touch.
Additionally, E. R. Butler Co. nickel-plated brass hardware accents the white woodwork of the doors and cabinetry and nicely contrasts the four inch white aok flooring with Jacobean stain. Larger homes feature Bosch washers and dryers.
A clean, modern cooking and dining space has been crafted in shades of white and steel. The cabinetry is custom-made wood and glass and features E. R. Butler Co. hardware. The SubZero refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher complement the cabinetry, while the brushed-steel Wolf range and hood provides a sleek contrast. The counters are topped by composite glass and set against a marble tile backsplash with a generous Waterworks farmhouse sink fitted with a polished nickel gooseneck faucet.
Fresh, minimal design and thoughtful details define all Devonshire House bathrooms. The centerpieces are the custom vanities with marble countertops or statuary marble washstands outfitted with LeFroy Brooks polished nickel features. The floors are surfaced with Thassos basketweave with ming dot tiles, while shower walls feature pure glass Ann Sacks Metro Crisp tiles. Bathtubs from Waterworks, Kohler, and Neptune feature LeFroy Brooks polished nickel fittings. All master baths include radiant heat flooring.
Stories: 134 stories
Total number of apartments: 15 units