66 East 11th Street, New York, NY
Introducing the Penthouse at 66 East 11th Street, a custom-designed masterpiece, turn-key, and ready for occupancy.
Located on a tree-lined street in the heart of historic Greenwich Village, 66 East 11th is a boutique condominium featuring just six residences, with this one-of-a-kind 7,693 square foot triplex penthouse and colossal 2,300 square foot rooftop oasis sitting at the top. Complete with open southern, eastern, and northern exposures, this incredible home offers fantastic light, enormous proportions, and beautiful views of both uptown and downtown landmarks. The residence features four bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, two living areas, an open chef's kitchen with scullery, rooftop featuring a solarium with the potential for a pool, a powder room serving each floor and full wiring and home-automation systems. A minimal material palette of rare, durable components is used throughout the space but treated differently depending on location and application, resulting in a space that is both sustainable and artful.
Enter off a direct keyed elevator into expansive, open-concept living featuring a breath-taking, two-story picturesque window. Vast living space provides a variety of lounging and dining options, accented by thoughtfully arched 9-foot windows, an Empire State view, and airy beamed ceilings. Past the living/dining room is an entertainer's dream featuring a massive island that sits as the kitchen centerpiece, with top-of-the-line-fully-integrated appliances, endless storage, and Calacatta gold waterfall countertops to compliment it. Hidden within the custom walnut cabinetry, you will find a scullery, outfitted with all Miele appliances. The PH also comes delivered with a Miele appliance package including a 102-bottle dual-zone Wine Refrigerator, a Six-burner Convection Oven with a Tepan Yaki grill, Microwave, Steam Oven, Dishwashers, Integrated Combination Refrigerator/Freezer and Washer/Dryer.
On the South Side of the floor, a Master Suite boasts the World Trade Center view and two expansive walk-in closets that allow for customization into a separate dressing room, office, or media room. Expect nothing less than a grand en-suite bathroom with five windows, a deep soaking tub encased in marble, a walk-in steam shower, heated floors, and a separate enclosed toilet. Top of the line finishes and stone complement the aura of this luxurious Penthouse.
Dramatically set against the single pane, the two-story glass window is a three-story custom crafter spiral staircase with wrought-iron railing and floating wooden planks. Taking a trip downstairs, you will find the premiere 7th-floor living space complete with a 6-foot long fireplace made of Calcutta Manhattan marble, which creates a ripple of warm light when in use, opportunities for a variety of sitting areas and magnificent art walls. In addition to the living area are three large bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, two masters sized with walk-in closets, and a fourth big enough for a king!
Completing the home is a luxurious private terrace floor, which features a glass-enclosed 13 feet solarium/greenhouse, a convenient powder room, and direct elevator access. The vast terrace intermingles with the downtown skyline's water towers and iconic buildings, opening up to a collection of lounge areas with the ability to create lush, restorative green spaces, which lead to custom-designed pool opportunity on the southern side. A Greenwich Village cabana in the sky.
66 East 11th is a 19th Century condominium nestled between Union Square and Washington Square Parks. A converted Dress Factory built-in 1897, the building has an ornate terracotta facade and dozens of built-in wellness amenities that include purified air and water, bio-based insulation for sound reduction, and vitamin-infused showers. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, the building is near several high-end, historic restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. It has easy access to the rest of the Village, NoHo, SoHo, the Flatiron District, and Gramercy. Pets are welcome.
Courtesy of Noble Black