62 Bank Street
Historic charm melds with excellent taste in this mint West Village Landmark 22ft wide Federal Style wood framed, brick façade townhouse at 62 Bank Street one of downtown's most quiet, sought after and tradition-rich addresses. Immaculately renovated over the years until 2009 by award winning architect firm Jaklitsch/Gardner. Entering this charming bright home, you sense the history and intimacy that the main floor with its two wood burning fire places offers. The knotty pine paneled dining room has a black and white-checkered imported Italian Marble floor giving access to the secluded intimate South facing garden. The kitchen has knotted wood cabinetry, a granite floor and countertop. Three impeccable stories of which the first floor has a ceiling height of an intimate 9'-2" all overlooking the Garden. The Master Suite with the antique fitted bathroom occupies the 2nd floor. On the third floor two dream bedrooms share a bathroom. The house is featured in the book "Restoring A House in the City" by Ingrid Abramovitch (Artisan Books, New York, 2009) and the New York Times Magazine (Fall 2002 Style & Entertaining Issue).
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman