On any given day New York City has the potential to make all of your dreams come true, and this beautiful three-bedroom East Village condo, located at 211 East 3rd Street, might make that dream a little sweeter. This amazing property underwent an all-inclusive renovation just two years ago, and the result is an exquisitely curated interior enhanced by architectural sophistication that is sure to grab your attention. The renovation also garnered features in Martha Stewart Living, the Wall Street Journal and several other magazines and papers.
With twelve windows and four separate exposures, one of the most notable details about this property is the abundance of natural light illuminating the living spaces. The expansive 26×25-foot living room is laid with white oak floors that are also found throughout the rest of the property.
The custom Henry Build Kitchen boasts over forty feet of walnut cabinetry and storage, as well as an abundance of Vermont Denby marble. The kitchen also features a Wolf cook-top and oven, Waterworks farmhouse sink and integrated sub-zero refrigerator.
The three bedrooms are winged throughout the condo making peaceful retreats for all its inhabitants. A curved wall architecturally cradles the master suit that comes complete with a double custom closet and two north-facing and one east-facing window, all overlooking tree-lined streets.
The luxurious master bathroom features handmade Barber Wilson brass fixtures, a claw-foot tub, radiant heat floors and exposed brick walls.
The second and third bedrooms also have exposed brick walls and beams, large closets and built-in bookshelves; and the second bathroom features Waterworks fixtures and a marble shower and bench.
The previous owners of this gorgeous condo have taken great pride and precision in the renovating of this now one-of-a-kind home. Opportunities to own properties like this one don’t come around very often, so if you’re in the market for some new digs we suggest you check it out as soon as possible—who knows maybe some dreams do come true!
Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : East Village