A Boho-Chic Townhouse in the West Village Is Up For Grabs Seeking $6M
Modern yet boho, unique and sophisticated, this NYC townhouse has it all. While narrow in its build, the circa-1899 home has a myriad of prewar details across four floors. Located right where the West Village meets SoHo and Hudson Square, the vibrancy of the city is right at your fingertips on Downing Street. Here, a meld of contemporary comfort comes together at this home asking $5.995 million.
Bright red brick and black windows on the exterior may cause one to think the inside will be totally traditional, but that’s not the case. Light pours in through the windows, illuminating rich wood floors against a white backdrop. Cozy furnishings are made even warmer with wood-burning fireplaces, accented by brick and wood mantels.
The kitchen conveys a countryside chic vibe through its wood-beam ceilings, exposed brick, earth-toned cabinetry, and modern appliances. Then, providing a slice of pastoral living, a rear room opens up to a private garden for alfresco solitude away from the bustle of the city.
The upstairs floors make up the rest of the home’s 2,600 square feet, holding a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The primary suite sits on its own level, boasting crown molding, another wood-burning fireplace, as well as a luxurious bathroom and dressing room.
The West Village is a charming part of the city that claims many historic landmarks, while also being a hub of high-end boutiques and restaurants. Offering a peaceful, style-forward lifestyle for the city dweller, Jonathan Lavoie of Compass holds this townhouse listing.