19th century townhouse gets dreamy LEED-certified reno (with its own elevator)

by , 02/09/17
filed under: Architecture,Manhattan

4 Bedford St., LEED, West Village, Manhattan, New York City, Candace Dyal

Thanks to the efforts of real-estate developer Candace Dyal, 4 Bedford has its green bonafides, as well. The property boasts LEED Gold certification for features such as its green rooftop, which was “designed to maximize eco-friendly possibilities with its ability to retain rainwater, and improve energy efficiency and air quality,” according to its listing.

Other details include an open-plan kitchen, a deck and garden, a multipurpose recreation room, bedrooms with en-suite baths, and capacious his-and-her walk-in closets. The look is thoroughly modern: an amalgamation of hardwood, brushed steel, and white marble.

“Setting the new standard in eco-friendly townhouse living, 4 Bedford is a rare and unique residence located in the sought-after Greenwich Village Historic District II,” the listing continues.

None of this comes cheap, of course. Just blocks away from Washington Square Park, the well-appointed home will run you about $12.5 million in change.

Piqued your interest? Corcoran is holding an open house between 2:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. on February 12.

+ 4 Bedford St.

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