A signature mix of modern architecture and historic charm makes this acclaimed designer's home, an 1882 painted-lady Victorian featured in Dwell magazine and located in Northern Manhattan's Morris Jumel historic district, an inspired film, photo shoot, and event location. An open kitchen/living area, featuring custom finishes in anodized aluminum, polished concrete, and Carrara marble, opens onto a sunny garden with weathered brick walls and large pear tree. Exposed ceiling beams, antique random-width pine floors, and the original cooking hearth, now an oversized wood burning fireplace, warm the airy floor-through space. The master bedroom, comprising the entire top floor, features original heart pine floors, wood burning fireplace, soaring brick chimneys, and exposed roof beams fifteen feet overhead. Four oversized windows and a large remote-controlled skylight flood the soaring space with abundant natural light. A second bedroom and formal sitting room with wood burning fireplace, crown moldings, exposed brick, and original pocket doors fill out the parlor floor, and a spare, serene mix of custom-designed and antique furniture is arrayed throughout. Situated on a dead-end cobblestone street full of landmarked painted ladies, this iconic facade and timeless environs come ready for their close up as well.
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