Imagine you have around $11 million to spend on a place and you've narrowed it down to two West Village townhouses. How do you make up your mind? The answer is simple: you shove them into a metaphorical cage and let them battle it out until one emerges victorious. It's time for Real Estate Death Match.
↑ Dating back to 1832, the 21-foot-wide townhouse at 112 Washington Place has just come off of a gut renovation that created a double-height living room, along with a wall of glass doors leading to the townhouse’s south-facing private garden (complete with an irrigation system.) The entire third floor of the six-story house goes to the master suite, which includes a wood-burning fireplace, a dressing room, and an en-suite with a marble double vanity, heated floors, and a gas fireplace. The townhouse has four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms in all, and has a rooftop terrace. It’s asking $12.5 million. [Floorplan]
↑ Just down the block at 106 Washington Place, yet another 1832-built townhouse fresh off of a thorough renovation is on the market, seeking $10 million. The townhouse is a slightly smaller four stories and is currently arranged as three apartments (hello, income suites!), but could also be converted into a single-family home. The main unit is an owner’s duplex with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a living area with a wood-burning fireplace and a custom wood-paneled wall, and a kitchen with a 48-inch Sub-Zero refrigerator, 15-inch Sub-Zero wine fridge, and Wolf warming drawers. [Floorplan]
So, which redone West Village townhouse would you rather drop about $11 million on? Vote below!
- Real Estate Death Match archives [Curbed]