For amenities that rival those shared by residents of the city’s top luxury condo buildings–a gym, sun deck with hot tub and privacy cabana, laundry, media room–you won’t even need to get dressed, because all those things are under your roof. But if you should choose to venture from your 4,382-square-foot, four-bedroom triplex “townhouse” at 385 West 12th Street, a whole other level of amenities awaits; the boutique condo building offers a roof-deck with a 50-foot lap pool, an expansive spa, an outdoor shower, two gas grills and a dining area. Should you exit the premises completely rather than just letting the whole world just come to you, you’re on a pretty cobblestoned street in the West Village. So for the $11.995 million this supercondo is asking, it’s pretty much win/win/win.
The listing assures that no detail has been overlooked in this 26-foot wide condo-mansion, and we’d have to agree. It’s the largest of 12 units in a full-service development with an ultra-contemporary copper and glasswork facade. Through the private entrance, you’ll encounter a sunny living room with a glass atrium offering glimpses of trees and sky. A casual living and dining space features an ebony wood-framed gas fireplace.
Outside the atrium is your own private outdoor paradise with a “spa hot tub with privacy cabana” and skylights that let sunlight into the gallery below. We don’t know if that’s astroturf, but we’ll move on…
An open kitchen has the works, of course, with a professional-grade Thermador range and plenty of marble. Also on this level is an additional room that you can use for whatever you want.
On the “gallery level” is a skylit great room with a wet bar with zinc countertops, temperature controlled wine storage, and a formal dining area.
Also down here are a tony bronze-hued study, an impossible-to-miss marble bathroom, a private home gym that isn’t just a treadmill in a closet, a “full service laundry room” (You’ve always dreamed of having a fridge in your laundry room, right?), and seasonal wardrobe storage.
The top floor is where you’ll find the master bedroom with a huge walk-in custom closet and a master bathroom fit for condo-townhouse royalty with radiant floor heating, a Jacuzzi, an ivory onyx tiled steam shower, and lots and lots of marble everywhere.
Also on this floor are more closets, a second full bath and two more bedrooms. Other perks include a Nest smart home system, monitored security system, eight-zone HVAC system with built-in humidifiers, and a fully integrated sound and entertainment system with indoor and outdoor speakers.
Past your private inner layer, the building is an “intimate complex of townhouses, flats and penthouses,” offering a renovated roof deck with the aforementioned lap pool, spa, outdoor shower, gas grills and al fresco dining zone.
The celebrity offspring, models, restaurants, shops, scenic pathways and subways of the West Village might be just outside, but we can see about $11.995 million reasons to stay put and order in.
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Neighborhoods : West Village