With its conversion completed only a few months ago, and dubbed “Vaux Mansion”, a nod to Calvert Vaux who designed the russet neo-Gothic structure that is part of the property, the eclectic mix of exteriors at 215 Sullivan Street make a stately presence in its Greenwich Village neighborhood.
And in a city filled with multimillion dollars homes, this 39’ wide townhouse sits at the head of the class. We’ve taken a peek inside many a gorgeous residence, but this one is truly lovely. The interior of this six-bedroom, seven-bath home is everything you would expect – 6,861 square feet of soaring vaulted ceilings, rift-sawn wide plank white oak flooring, and exquisite finishes.
From the minute you step into the private entry garden expertly conceived by esteemed landscape architect Edmund Hollander you know you have arrived someplace special.
The glass-wrapped, double-height great room offers a wet bar, double-sided fireplace, and two sets of grand double doors lead to even more magical garden space. In fact, this home has over 2,000 square feet of outdoor space filled with amenities that will make your fair weather entertaining a breeze, including an outdoor kitchen, multiple living and dining areas, and fire pit.
Conveniently located off the great room, the chef’’s kitchen is appointed with Molteni light elm cabinetry and a striking Calacatta Gold marble center island, and features top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele, and Bosch.
For the guests who will surely want to visit this remarkable home and subsequently spend the night, the first floor offers two bedrooms, one with an en suite bath and walk-in closet, the other with an adjacent powder room.
Upstairs, a sumptuous master suite offers two walk-in closets and a lavish master bath with double vanity, freestanding soaking tub, separate stall shower, and private water closet. Three additional beautifully proportioned bedrooms each come with its own en suite bath.
Offering the utmost in privacy, your own elevator accesses all floors, including the private garage with storage vestibule.
The term “Must See” was invented for homes like this, and while our gallery will give you some idea of how stunning every room in this townhouse is, the Elliman team of Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes is ready and waiting to show this special property.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village