Step inside this beautifully restored mansion on the Northwest corner of Washington Square Park. While this 25’ wide Greek Revival home underwent an extensive three-year renovation to modernize and expand, 111 Waverly Place dates back to 1839 and pays homage to many historical details of that time, maintaining it’s original banister throughout the home as well as several original marble fireplaces. Matiz Architecture and Design spearheaded the conversion of the building from a multi-family dwelling to a single-family residence and was also responsible for the interior design work. This home spans nearly 8,500 sqft and leaves nothing to be desired boasting six bedrooms plus a maids suite, eight bathrooms, movie theatre, an insulated and cooled wine cellar which holds over 1,000 bottles, giant rear garden and forecourt, two laundry rooms, two separate entrances, an elevator, nine fireplaces, private office, a fitness room, multiple storage rooms, a dog bath, and an extra pantry w/ refrigeration and freezer hook up. This home is truly built like Fort Knox and is completely self-sustainable. As for the homes infrastructure, it also has two water purification systems, a central vac cleaning system, heated floors, integrated Crestron hard-wired system, home security with monitor cameras and much more you’ll need to see for yourself. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to call 111 Waverly Place home.
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