And now that listings are up at the Greenwich Village conversion, we’re… some other kind of fruit.
Originally designed by Central Park co-architect Calvert Vaux, the Victorian-Gothic building was reconfigured by Rawlings Architects into 25 residences — 17 lofts, four townhomes with private garages and four penthouses.
The available units are priced from $3.525 million for a 1,459-square-foot two-bedroom to $13.25 million for a 4,639-square-foot five-bedroom.
Interiors have white oak flooring, kitchens with Calacatta Gold marble center islands and appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch. The master bathrooms feature heated Carrara marble floors and marble walls.
Want more details? THD, the one townhouse on the market, has a private entry garden designed by landscape architect Edmund Hollander and a double-height entry foyer. Move deeper inside the 5.5-bath apartment, and witness the great room with a wet bar, gas fireplace with stone surroundings and mantle and three sets of double doors that lead into more secret garden space, complete with outdoor kitchen and fire pit. The master suite upstairs has two walk-in closets and a master bath with double vanity, freestanding soaking tub, separate stall shower and private water closet. A private elevator reaches all floors of the townhome, including the garage with storage vestibule.
Here’s a smudgy little floorplan for THD (wow, that is a lot of green):