The rooms in this elegant dwelling offer 10’9″ ceilings and include a grand living room and parlor for entertaining. The home also boasts an original 1838 wood burning fireplace (there are also two others) for keeping cozy during cold New York nights.
The featured grandfathered treehouse rests above a gardening shed and was landscaped and designed by Edwina vonGal, an East Hampton, New York-based designer who has brilliantly landscaped the gardens of the affluent and currently teaches environmental stewardship in Panama. The private backyard offers an intelligent escape for al fresco dining, relaxing and entertaining in the heart of the city.
Some of the other amenities include marble baths and a chef’s kitchen, adding to the appeal of this elegantly designed oasis in one of Manhattan’s prettiest neighborhoods.
Via Curbed NY