Aspirational location. Inspirational design. This enchanting nineteenth century home is set in one of New York's coveted mews communities. The house has been completely rebuilt by two leading architects and designers, Alan Tanksley and Zhenya Merkolova. The street facade remains traditional, while the garden facade presents a taught modern aluminum and glass skin, revealed as a modern surprise only from within the lush private courtyard dripping with wisteria vines and lovingly landscaped. This home offers a luxuriance of light and an unusual sense of vertical flow promoted by three exposures, large floor to ceiling sliding doors and the spiraling movement of the half-oval, open riser steel stair terminating in a sparkling sunlit room a the roof level. The roof terrace has bee created as a private Garden of Eden for romantic dining and sophisticated living. Home Features: Three Bedrooms with en suite baths, Powder room, Master Bath with Lefroy Brooks fixtures and Boffi soaking tub, Sub-Zero, Dacor and Viking kitchen appliances. Seven Working Fireplaces, Custom stained rift cut white oak floors. Central Audio Visual and Security System. CAC, Gas fired Boiler and water heater. Updated Plumbing and Electrical Systems. Must be rented furnished.
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