Meticulously designed to deliver unmatched tranquility, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom penthouse sanctuary features expansive designer interiors, a massive roof deck oasis and premium infrastructure in a historic NoHo condominium.
Spanning 3,067 square feet, this stunning showplace greets you with a gracious foyer and a dramatic concrete and steel spiral staircase. Fourteen-foot ceilings soar over dark-stained zebrawood flooring and oversized windows along the southern and eastern exposures. The open-plan great room layout welcomes lavish entertaining in the large dining area and peaceful relaxation in the sun-drenched living room, where a fossil stone feature wall boasts a linear fireplace. The open kitchen impresses with custom cabinetry and a long breakfast bar trimmed with reclaimed Vermont barn wood, live-edge granite counters, a farm sink and metal doors sourced from a 19th-century Tribeca factory. The upscale appliances include a vented gas range, an integrated refrigerator and a dishwasher.
In the breathtaking owner's suite, you'll find bright skylights, east-facing windows, a wall of closets and a custom walk-in dressing room. Ahead, the en suite spa bathroom begins with a private water closet and a wide double vanity topped with natural stone sinks by Signature Hardware. The massive travertine wet room shower boasts a sculptural E-Legno carved cedar wood tub for otherworldly relaxation. Dark barn wood, chic lighting and designer hardware add drama and style. Two spacious secondary bedrooms include roomy closets, and the lovely guest bathroom offers a concrete vanity and a walk-in rain shower. A skylit secondary suite currently configured as a cozy media room features its own full bathroom. Additional closets and a large laundry room with a utility sink complete the well-planned main level.
Ascend the spiral staircase to explore the 1,200-square-foot rooftop retreat. The spacious sunroom is wrapped in glass doors and features a drop-down flatscreen TV making it equally ideal for elegant garden parties, after-dinner drinks or game-day barbecues. Outside, the sprawling paved roof deck accommodates multiple seating areas surrounded by potted shrubs and planter boxes dotted with cherry trees. A separate glass room is perfect as a private office, art studio, fitness space or meditation room. Built-in speakers, lighting and an irrigation system make indoor-outdoor living effortless, while historic districting protects the wide-open 360-degree views forever. This penthouse's extensive upgrades include water and air filtration systems, a security system, sound-attenuating windows, and RF/EMF-blocking insulation.
Built in 1871, 7 Bond Street is a Second Empire masterpiece featuring cast-iron details and a spectacular mansard roof. Converted to condominium use in 1986, the pet-friendly AIR building offers private storage, a bike room and an updated common roof deck.
Located within NoHo Historic District, this Bond Street home is at the crossroads of Downtown Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods, including NoHo, SoHo, Nolita, The Bowery, Greenwich Village, the East Village and Lower East Side. Enjoy easy access to fantastic shopping, dining and nightlife, including Whole Foods, numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, The Public Hotel, Carbone and more. Famed Washington Square Park, Tompkins Square Park and Roosevelt Park fill the neighborhood with green space, and NYU is a stone's throw away. Transportation from this accessible neighborhood is a breeze with 6, B/D/F/M and N/R/W trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations all nearby.