The super-skinny renovated townhouse at 75 ½ Bedford Street just might be the narrowest in all of New York City. Nestled in Manhattan’s popular West Village neighborhood, the svelte structure boasts three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a secret garden and sits on the laurels of past celebrity greats who’ve called the place home including Edna St. Vincent Millay and John Barrymore. Though it's thin, there’s nothing minute about the interior, which is decked out with Italian marble, English Lefroy fixtures and other modern conveniences. The home is finally in contract after it took a small vacation from the market place and reduced its original asking price from a hefty $4.3 million to $3.495 million. Click through our gallery to see the grand design of this petite dwelling.
The Bedford Street townhouse, which was originally built in the 1850s, doesn’t disappoint when it comes to detail and design. Beautiful white oak cabinetry brings light and depth into the kitchen while providing an air of space and openness. Crema Ella Italian marble countertops heighten the luxe feel of the kitchen as well.
A few green elements peek through in the design of the home, which also features reclaimed rift and quarter-sawn antique oak flooring throughout. The master bathroom—complete with a clawfoot tub, mosaic tiles and Italian marble—hosts a balcony that overlooks the home’s well manicured and private planted garden.
Each fireplace has been framed with natural Travertine marble. In addition to the home’s many exquisite features, conveniences such as central air, a washer and dryer combination and upgraded radiators are integrated seamlessly into the space.
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