There’s nothing quite like seeing a refined NYC brownstone townhouse to stoke some home envy and this Greenwich Village pad has us melting with its mixture of historic charm and contemporary style. Renovated by BW Architects, the 1840s Manhattan townhouse strikes a balance, paying homage to the home’s original features while straying from tradition throughout the interior. From the fully retractable floor-to-ceiling glass and steel wall of the penthouse office space to the winding four-story open staircase, this regal Greek revival property has had a tender makeover to accentuate its already impressive bones.
With back and front yards and terrace space, the home represents a private place of solace even amidst its place sandwiched in on either side amongst the bustle of the West Village.
Images via BW Architects