Breathtaking City Views
March 18, 2015 - New York
The approximately 11’ floor-to-ceiling windows bring spectacular views into your home from the west over the Hudson River, south to the Freedom Tower and iconic city views from the east exposure. The walls of windows were constructed with triple-layered glass, allowing sunlight and moonlight in, and keeping noise and harmful ultraviolet rays out. The breathtaking views are only one of the highlights in this 14th floor home at 165 Charles Street, one of Richard Meier’s trio of contemporary boutique condominiums in the West Village. The approx. 2,400-sq.ft., 2-bedroom apartment features a southwest facing living room and approx. 200-sq.-ft. balcony that flow into the open chef’s kitchen (equipped with Miele, Gaggenau and Sub-Zero appliances and Corian surfaces) and adjacent dining area - making the layout perfect for entertaining.
The master bedroom suite, with views to the south and east, is finished with Wenge hardwood floors, characteristic to this home. The master bath with deep soaking Corian tub, separate glass-encased shower stall and granite floors, is one of 3 full baths. The finishing details of this sleek and minimalist, 16-story building, include computer-controlled, layered shading system, deeded storage cage and temperature-controlled wine cellar.
All of this compliments the full array of amenities found at 165 Charles Street.
Source: Sotheby's International Realty
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