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Offered for rent is this flawlessly executed reinterpretation of an 1879 Neo-Grec townhouse, brilliantly designed by Michael Chen Architects with the mission of building a brand new structure inside of a 19th century mansion. This home is also being offered furnished for an additional charge.
The entry foyer is crowned with a custom sculpted ceiling, and black limestone slab flooring with radiant heat covers the entire garden floor. In addition to a cloak room and a powder room, the garden floor also includes an impressive south-facing kitchen and cozy, informal dining area, both of which enjoy views of the lush outdoor space and two-story vertical garden. The kitchen is adorned with cerused white oak cabinets, Calacatta Lincoln slab counters, and a full suite of integrated Gagganeu and SubZero appliances.
On the parlor floor, the formal living and dining rooms are open to each other whilst incorporating a casual full-service pantry. This 1,445 square foot grand entertaining space sits under twelve-and-half-foot ceilings. The entire third floor encompasses the master suite, complete with a luxurious bathroom spanning the entire width of the house, a beautifully fitted dressing room with morning kitchen, and a private south-facing terrace.
On the fourth and fifth floors, there are a total of five additional bedrooms and four bathrooms. An informal living space on the fifth floor is equipped with a full wet bar, and features a custom skylight installation piece by artist Sarah Oppenheimer. A glass penthouse structure opens up to a roof garden with generous outdoor seating and plantings, as well as a full outdoor kitchen and Viking grill.
The house has a high-speed elevator servicing all six floors and the roof, 15 zone climate control, and Crestron controls for the environment, audiovisual, lighting, and motorized window treatments. There are six wood burning fireplaces, and the gardens are tended to by automated irrigation systems.
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