A gut renovated townhouse at 74 Washington Place, originally a 19th-century five-unit building, is on the market for a solid $25 million.
Josh Gurwitz’s Good Property Co. redeveloped the 1853 Greek Revival style structure, creating a six-story, single-family residence. Turett Collaborate Architects designed the 9,125-square-foot townhouse, which boasts six bedrooms, six full baths, four half baths and more than 1,300 square feet of private exterior space. Interiors include an elevator, glass walls, double-height ceilings, custom millwork by Henrybuilt, two gas fireplaces, Siberian oak floors, radiant heated flooring, gym, home automation by Savant Systems and an underground, temperature controlled wine cellar. There’s even a structural skylight in the cellar to let natural light in. The townhouse also has views of Washington Square Park, the Empire State Building and the One World Trade Center.
Good Property scooped up the building in November 2012 for $9.3 million, according to Department of Finance records. Permits were filed that month and issued May 2014.
CORE is marketing the townhouse. Floorplan below:
Other projects in the works for Good Property include 31 Bond, a conversion on a hot NoHo block between Lafayette and Bowery streets. Permits filed in June 2014 call for a renovation of the six-story Renaissance Revival loft building, adding a seventh floor and creating three apartments spread over 16,412 square feet of residential space. The plans were disapproved in October 2014.