Restaurateur Keith McNally is offering up his Greenwich Village townhouse again, fully furnished, for $25,000 per month. The four-story, 3,600-square-foot space is brimming with charm and features four bedrooms and a separate studio. Best of all, it’s the place to bring your foodie friends to dine in the house that celebrated restaurants like Balthazar, Odeon, Café Luxembourg, Schiller’s, and Minetta Tavern built.
Enter the parlor floor to find a spacious living/dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, and a spectacular kitchen that is only fitting for a man the New York Times referred to as “The Restaurateur Who Invented Downtown.” This impressive chef’s sanctuary features copper countertops, open shelving, subway-tiled walls, and a second wood-burning brick hearth. The open French country-style space also overlooks the deck and the rear garden. Adding to the rustic, yet sophisticated appeal of this space are wide-plank wood floors and distressed beamed ceilings and columns.
One floor up, the third-floor master features a spacious bedroom with fireplace, a dressing room, a large en suite bath, and an office. The fourth floor has two bedroom suites and an additional office. A basement level has a rec room, laundry, and a (naturally) wine cellar for pairing fine wines with your delectable meal. There’s also a one-bedroom garden apartment with a separate entrance, a kitchenette, and direct access to the backyard.
105 West 11th Street is a modified Greek Revival townhome originally built in the late 19th century. The home was featured in the New York Times when McNally first purchased it back in 2002 for $2.496 million.
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