Reimagined by Erica Goetz of Matthew Baird Architects, 27 Vandam is an 1823 Federal Townhouse in the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District in the West Village / Hudson Square. It features 5 beds, 4 baths, and 2 powder rooms, not to mention the SIX working wood burning fireplaces, SEVEN skylights, and the Japanese soaking tub / jacuzzi that overlooks the zen garden.
This single family home is four stories plus a spectacular 600 square foot skylit addition that possesses 11' ceilings and 3 of the 7 skylights, making it perfect for a private art gallery, library, billiard room, or rec room.
The garden floor has a family room with a wood burning fireplace and a library with floor to ceiling glass doors that open onto the garden.
The parlor floor has a gracious living room and dining room, each with original wood burning fireplaces. On this entertaining level there is also an immaculate 5-star chef's kitchen with floor-to-ceiling glass picture window, which opens to the private fully landscaped garden.
The tranquil master suite has two wood burning fireplaces, dressing room, sumptuous bath, and exclusive terrace that overlooks the outdoor space.
Altogether, this townhouse is the perfect amalgamation of modernity and history, marrying state of the art technology with classic touches, like wide-plank floors of Chestnut, millwork in Butternut, original mantles, copper roof & facade detailing, and a completely rebuilt staircase of steel.
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