Once owned by the famous composer, this 1839 Georgian-style townhouse in Greenwich Village has been transformed into a state-of-the-art masterpiece.
A three-year renovation turned this 19th-century home into one of New York City’s masterpieces. The home 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.
By FrontDoor.com Featured In: Cool Houses Daily
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