Discover a balance of old-world charm with contemporary appointments in this Greek Revival townhouse. Unit 1A is duplex apartment with its' own private garden in this 4 story, 2 unit coop. Located on the scenic, tree-lined King Street, which is part of the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District as designated by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
The apartment features a flexible floor plan with 3 bedrooms (one of which can be used as a library), 3 baths, 3 wood-burning fireplaces, hardwood floors, CAC, and a washer and dryer, as well as multiple closets, storage areas, and built-ins. The townhome's private, expansive garden-which is low-maintenance thanks to its timed irrigation system-is among its many highlights. Homeowner will also enjoy a state-of-the-art outdoor lighting system.
The parlor level features high ceilings, a living room with a wood-burning fireplace, a dining area, a bath, and an open kitchen with a staircase leading to the garden. Cut glass-pocket doors separate the library/3rd bedroom with another wood-burning fireplace on this level.
At the garden level, contemporary marble and metal interior stairs lead to a luxurious primary bedroom suite that features a bath with a steam shower, as well as French doors that open to the private patio and garden. A flexible space that can be used as a den, sitting room, or home office area separates the primary bedroom from the 2nd bedroom, which features a full bath and a fireplace.
The basement includes a laundry room with washer/dryer and a storage room.
No dogs please.
Historic District fun fact: Aaron Burr, set out to develop the property into 25--by-100-foot lots on three streets (Charlton, King, and Vandam), but after Burr fled the city following his infamous duel with Alexander Hamilton, the estate was sold to John Jacob Astor in 1817, who leveled the hill and began building the property as we know it today.