This Peaceful Pad in the Mark Twain Wows with a 70-Foot Wraparound Yard

Posted On Thu, July 16, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, July 16, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Greenwich Village, Interiors

It’s time to zen out in a three-bedroom Greenwich Village pad with tranquil vibes and an impressive “outdoor sanctuary.” This Mark Twain residence features two existing bedrooms, pocket doors, a home-office and a sunroom/napping room overlooking a wraparound yard. And it can be yours for $2.95 million.

Inside, there is a large living/dining room combination. There are three separate exits to the terrace, one of which is from the home office off the living room. There’s also a bedroom tucked away back there, and a full bathroom. The second entrance to the yard is from the galley kitchen, and the third is from the breathtaking sunroom off the master.

100 West 12th Street, The Mark Twain, outdoor space

This sunroom is practically encased in glass, with a wall of floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors and multiple skylights. There’s also an exposed brick wall, with wood accents and a wood ceiling, making the entire space a soothing escape. The master also has two large walk-in closets and an en suite bath.

100 West 12th Street, The Mark Twain, outdoor space

Outside, the planted terrace is almost 70 feet long and flooded with light. This ginormous yard has room for outdoor dining, lounging, playing and entertaining, in the middle of the city.

100 West 12th Street, The Mark Twain, outdoor space

The Mark Twain is a pet-friendly six-story co-op with a part-time doorman, full-time staff, and a live-in super. The building has laundry and storage in the basement along with a parking garage. Plus, you’re near all the shops, restaurants and bars Greenwich Village has to offer.

[100 West 12th Street, #2MN by Jared LaFrenals and Anthony Santangelo of Douglas Elliman]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village



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