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The four-story townhouse at 67 Charles is situated on a charming tree lined block in the heart of the original Greenwich Village Historic District. Originally constructed as one of a series of three row houses in 1867 by Bartlett Smith, 67 Charles Street was completely renovated in 2012. The 20 foot-wide home was exquisitely designed by Wayne Turett of The Turett Collaborative, known for his ability to connect the architectural details of the past with functioning layout and amenities for modern living and entertaining. The home is bright and open and exudes warmth throughout. Many of the original details such as marble fireplaces and moldings are set within a decidedly contemporary framework.
As currently configured, this 20 foot-wide, 7,564 sqft. home is comprised of approximately 6,031 square feet of meticulously-finished interior living, with 4 bedrooms (each with an en-suite bathroom), 3 powder rooms, a parlor level home office, an elevator, a gym and playroom. An additional 1,533 square feet of outdoor space is comprised of a large landscaped garden, balcony, and beautifully designed roof deck. Considerations for modern living include an elevator, glass curtain wall and rear yard excavation that allow natural light deep into the center of the structure and the cellar.