Fashionable West Village Townhouse with Lush Outdoor Spaces Seeks $28.75M

New York City is full of eye-catching residences, but often, the West Village is where high-fashion icons flock. David Yurman, Karlie Kloss, and Marc Jacobs have all called the neighborhood home. Sprinkled with fashionable abodes, its no wonder big names with design-savvy love to live here. This home at 11 St. Luke’s Place with an unapologetic mix of bold and minimalist style is a shiny example of the West Village’s glamour and tranquility. Asking a whopping $28.75 million, the townhouse is a stylish escape lush with outdoor space in the heart of the city.

Nestled amongst a row of townhouses and just across the street from James J. Walker Park, the home’s classic brick facade instantly charms. A sweeping five stories supply approximately 6,800-square-feet of interior living space, all clean lines and wide open spaces, with a tally of six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

Built in 1852, the townhouse has been newly renovated to boast dazzling design features along with chic balconies and gardens. The parlor floor opens to a striking black staircase with a library on one side and the sleek living room on the other. Just below the stoop sits a front garden, through which the lower garden level is accessed. Here lies the expansive kitchen and dining area, which leads out to a stunning garden and grill ideal for entertaining. Perched atop the townhouse is the luxurious rooftop terrace, complete with a six-foot marble plunge pool. All told, these sunny spots amount to 1,400-square-feet of outdoor space, making this a true urban oasis.

Keith Copley and Gavin Shiminski of The Eklund-Gomes Team have the exquisite listing.