Fancy 80 Washington Place, Greenwich Village by William Rainero

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Jane Mullock
Jane Mullock
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Due to the exposed brick, stone walls and wooden floors, the 80 Washington Place, Greenwich Village in New York City, has an air of elegance and good taste. It was restored by William Rainero and transformed into a single-family residence.

The property features a wonderful Zen garden and is located just steps away from the New York City’s iconic Washington Square Park. Being dividend in seven floors, it includes a functional mezzanine, a two-story living room that connects with the Zen garden, a large kitchen, a wine room, a media center for entertainment, the habitual bedrooms, a full-floor master with a gorgeous view over the garden, a home and spa fitness center and also a rooftop entertaining space that provides an incredible view of the Empire State Building and the Freedom Tower.

Although it’s a contemporary home, it was inserted vintage elements that provide it a classy and fancy style.

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