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After gut reno, ‘carefully curated’ Upper West Side townhouse seeks $17.5M

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It has seven floors, a roof deck, and an elevator

Photos via Douglas Elliman

Another day, another “carefully curated” home in New York City hits the market with an enormous price tag—this time, it’s a $17.5 million townhouse on the Upper West Side. Let’s take a look, shall we?

The house is located at 18 West 75th Street and was, for a spell, a 10-unit apartment building. But after an investment firm purchased the home in 2015, they brought The Turett Collaborative on to transform it into a huge (8,770 square feet!) single-family home. Now, it has five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two powder rooms over seven floors (and yes, there’s an elevator).

Though the listing description doesn’t reveal much, there are plenty of photos that offer a peek inside the space.

On the garden level, there’s a sleek, contemporary kitchen with marble counters and lacquered cabinets, along with access to a backyard. The light and airy living room on the second floor boasts high ceilings, a sleek fireplace surrounded by a marble mantle, a wall of windows, and a butler’s pantry with a wet bar. The entire third floor gives way to the master suite while the fourth and fifth floors have more bedrooms.

Other perks include three walk-in closets and many more smaller storage spaces, a balcony, a fourth floor terrace, and a roof deck that extends the length of the house.