$12M East Village penthouse has three floors, a gym, and a roof terrace

Posted On Mon, December 31, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, December 31, 2018 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Interiors

East Village real estate dreams hardly ever come with as much square footage as this luxurious four-bedroom at 130 East 12th Street. For the current asking price of $12.5 million, you’ll get the building’s two-story penthouse plus a two-bedroom apartment on the floor below with its own private entrance. That totals up to a 6,414 square-foot, three-floor East Village palace for anyone with the right budget.

The main level of the penthouse has a dramatic living area with 25-foot ceilings and abundant skylights. Adjacent is a chef’s kitchen with custom wood paneling and an eat-in breakfast area. There’s an additional formal dining room with a working fireplace and panoramic views. Wood-paneled walls, hardwood floors, and wooden window frames and railings throughout the home bring a refined elegance to the space.

The upper level is open with views of the floor below. Here you’ll find a master bedroom suite with dressing room and three (!) walk-in closets, a library, and access to a finished 580-square-foot roof terrace partially enclosed by a wooden trellis.

The lower floor functions as a standalone apartment complete with an eat-in kitchen, living room, and den nook. It would be an amazing private area for guests to enjoy (and never want to leave).

But wait, there’s more! The unit also features a home office, a screening room, a home gym, an additional, unfinished but full of potential roof terrace on top of the penthouse, central air conditioning, and an in-unit washer/dryer.

[Listing: 130 East 12th Street, Unit 6A7AB by Jim Farah, Trish Goodwin, and Danee Goodman of Compass]

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