Prewar Townhouse Built 1865 in
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Perfectly situated along a tree-lined block, 189 E 7th Street is an exceptional 20-foot wide townhouse that recently experienced a $2 Million dollar renovation.
The custom front faade is carved from Percelanosa White Persian Marble, giving this townhouse a refined and modern presence. This homes many features include 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and is easily convertible to 4-bedrooms.
Every detail imaginable was brought to showcase in this home. Upon entry, one is greeted by stunning 22-foot-high ceilings. Located on the first floor is a Poggenpohl custom chefs kitchen complete with a marble kitchen island, Six Burner Wolf Range, Miele dishwasher, Viking fridge and ez-touch cabinets, complete with custom Statutori marble countertops.
Up the contemporary floating steps are the 2nd floors open library and living room. The 3rd floor is split between an incredible master suite layout and a full marble bathroom, complete with an oversized standing shower. Vanities are a combination of designer pieces from Ferguson, Kohler, and Restoration Hardware. The 4th floor contains two additional bedrooms, each personalized with their own en-suite fully-marbled bathrooms and Porcelanosa vanities. Rising to the top lies an unparalleled private oasis. Custom Runnen Tiles span the whole rooftop dek, along with a Calcutta Stone front ledge and Statutori back ledge.