This enchanting 4 bedroom home is situated on a quiet, semi private mews block and manifests a stunning example of human ingenuity and creativity. Built in 1899 with a rich, brick exterior and stylish arched windows, this turn-of-the-century carriage house has been “reimagined” into a single-family home and contains four floors of spacious and synergistic modernity, wrapped in classic simplicity and imaginative design.
The unassuming exterior conveys a sense of self-assured confidence. The elegant interior confirms that sense with bold black hardwood floors working in smooth concert with white exposed brick walls. Similarly exposed wood beams compliment the extra tall ceilings, lending an air of freedom to the space.
This wondrous home has been fully renovated, from cellar to hayloft, and includes private parking. Built-in shelves and storage make intelligent use of the already ample and unique space. The artist’s studio in windowed cellar has access to one of two outdoor areas. Use the space to inspire ones creative side.
And when you’re done creating for the day, walk up to the open kitchen and fix yourself a snack using top-of-the-line appliances before seeking respite in a living room that begs you to take a seat and relax. Read a book, catch up with old friends, or listen to your favorite record. When you’re ready to call it a day, retreat to the soothing embrace of your top-floor master bedroom. This home was designed with grace and class–without pretension. It welcomes those who are at home with their self. Listed by Nick Gavin of Compass / Sarah Shuken and Raquel Lomonico of The Corcoran Group. View full details on Linecity.com