An 1870s West Village building has been converted from an unsightly 10-unit apartment building to a rather luxurious single-family home. The six-floor, 7,000-plus-square-foot building at 79 Horatio Street has been renovated and restored to landmark status. We have to bemoan the fact that there aren't more listing photos or renderingssuch is the plight of putting unfinished, small-scale construction on the market. In any case, it sounds like the 25-foot-wide townhouse got the royal treatment from developer Greystone and interiors spearhead Carlyle Designs. The six-bedroom, many-bathroom home features floor-to-ceiling windows and accordion glass doors on the ground through third floors that open onto the home's bi-level outdoor patio with kitchen. The third floor is consumed by the master suite, which mostly consists of bathrooms, and a walk-in-closet that's likely larger than a great percentage of Manhattan housing. All this, plus a 1,200-square-foot rooftop space for $22.5 million.
It seems Greystone nabbed this property from the executor of notorious Village property hoarder William Gottlieb's estate. Hopefully we'll see some more renderings for the home's interiors (and exteriors) soon.
· Listing: 79 Horatio Street [Elliman]
· 79 Horatio Street—Now With $4M More Bucolic-ness [Curbed]
· All 79 Horatio Street coverage [Curbed]