Dining Room: Georgian New York Townhome

A three-year renovation turned this 1839 Georgian-style home into one of New York City’s masterpieces. The Greenwich Village abode, which was once owned by composer John Philip Sousa, has 8,757 square feet of living space spanning across seven floors, which are connected by a glass staircase as well as a custom elevator. The dining room is a great example of the home’s classic yet modern sensibility.

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