The Printing House townhouse living room October

Renderings via printinghousewestvillage.com

Back in May, West Village condo conversion The Printing House released its first townhouse, with an asking price of $14 million.

The newly built, 4,228-square-foot four-bedroom residence was taken off the market about two months ago, but new renderings of the five-level abode have emerged on the official site.

Designed by workshop/apd, the development’s two townhouses each have a private elevator, floor-to-ceiling windows, rooftop terrace, gas-burning fireplace and entrance through a private mews.

The mews, designed by Gunn Landscape Architecture, is a block-long leafy retreat with pathways through planting beds, green walls and sculptural benches. The space separates the newly constructed townhouses from the main apartment building, a 1911 industrial structure that was revamped into 60 condos.

Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, full service concierge, pre-wiring for audio/video and home automation.

The Printing House townhouse kitchen October

The Printing House townhouse bath October

The Printing House townhouse outside October

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