Featured in the New York Times, our brownstone was built in 1889 and has been modernized and renovated over the past few years to not only be functional but also incredibly unique in its interior design. When you walk up the stoop and enter the parlor floor, you'll first walk through the front parlor which has a pink textured limewash on the walls and is furnished with original mid-century pieces. As you continue toward the back of the house, you'll enter the Cigar Room - think leather Chesterfield sofas, marble and gold accents, and a bar cart loaded with amaro and digestifs. This room is also completely painted in a deep forest green, including the ceiling, the doors, and the molding. It's a true jewel box of a room. As you descend to the ground floor, you'll be welcomed into our grand dining room. All four walls are covered in Gucci's marble wallpaper. With the black-painted ceiling and blush velvet chairs, it's a perfect scene for an editorial shoot. On this floor you can also find our open kitchen looking out onto the backyard and a full bathroom. On the top floor of the house is a guest bedroom, another kitchen, and our master suite. The master bedroom has a unique, charcoal-gray nook that houses our king-sized mid century platform bed, and three large north-facing windows. The master bathroom is a full spa experience complete with bidet, heated towel rack, steam shower, and a separate bathtub. There is also a finished basement with a home office, media/TV area, and a storage room. Backyard: The backyard is 40 feet deep and comes with a shaded gazebo for warm days.
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Batya R. booked a photoshoot for 15 people
Wow! What an amazing space and wonderful hosts. The photos do not do it justice. So happy we had our editorial photo shoot here.