Superstar broker Fredrik Eklund has a new listing for a two-bedroom condo in the Asymptote Architecture-designed 166 Perry Street, asking $2.995 million. The avant-garde structure with its sleek angled glassy façade began turning heads long before its 2009 completion. It resides in the desirable far West Village, with a few equally stunning Richard Meier structures close by. So let’s take a look behind the intriguing mirrored exterior and see what the inside of this apartment has to offer.
The 1,480-square-foot unit offers modernist luxury at its finest with 10-foot beamed ceilings and southern exposures through floor-to-ceiling windows. Upon entrance, you’re immediately greeted by the custom top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances and wine storage. The Vermont green slate tile on the kitchen floors extends to the home’s two bathrooms, while the rest of the space boasts wide-plank Wenge wood flooring.
The living room and second bedroom/office are separated from each other by a chic black fireplace flanked by two pocket doors. Off the office is an en suite bathroom that is also accessible from the main hallway. This bathroom features a spa shower along with a molded Corian vanity, countertop, and sink.
The five-piece master bath has heated floors and a separate shower and soaking tub, accented by Dronbracht Tara classic polished chrome fixtures. The condo also boasts an in-unit washer and dryer.
Residents of the showy 166 Perry Street enjoy access to a roof deck and an exercise room, in addition to being merely steps from the Hudson River Park, for recreation; Cooper Classics showrooms, for fans of exotic cars; and for the foodies, Wallse, and the Spotted Pig.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : West Village