In Gramercy, a former parish house is now a modern garret for $2M
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In Gramercy, a former parish house is now a modern garret for $2M

March 22, 2021

Listing photos by Vistabee

The historic St. George’s Episcopal Church is located on the west side of equally historic Stuyvesant Square Park. Around the corner at 205 East 16th Street, the former parish house was built in 1888 and converted in 2005 to a boutique condominium known as The Abbey. The homes are incredibly unique, including this top-floor duplex that just hit the market for $2 million. It underwent a recent gut renovation that features vaulted ceilings with skylights, exposed steel beams, a custom-built aluminum staircase, and a roof terrace.

Upon entering, you’re in the kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is super sleek, with high-end appliances including a wine fridge.

The living room is adjacent and features cool, architectural built-ins, as well as hidden drawers at the base of the stairs.

The secondary bedroom has been set up as a flex office, complete with built-in shelving and a desk, a built-in day bed, and an en-suite powder room.

The second floor holds the primary bedroom suite, which has more skylights in its vaulted ceiling, built-in closets, a washer/dryer, and a bathroom down the hall that has even more skylights.

The roof terrace is actually off the dining room on the lower level.

[Listing details: 205 East 16th Street, 6B at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Richard Geiringer]

Listing photos by Vistabee 

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