General Details
Price
$19,750,000
Ownership
Single Family
Block / Lot
627 / 1
Approx SF
5,500
Lot Size [W x D]
20'x60'
Built Size [W x D]
20'x60'
Floors / Apts
4 / 1
Year Built
1899

$19,750,000 [Unfurnished] W. Greenwich Village ID: 76830TH

5 beds / 4.5 baths

829 Greenwich Street—a stunning contemporary single-family townhouse - with a much sought after private parking garage - sits on the dividing line between the West Village and Meatpacking Districts. The current owners hired celebrated architect Matthew Baird to create this masterful ground up construction, with the entire facade made out of a single piece of 40-foot-high steel. This one of a kind property offers the ultimate in discretion and privacy, while the floor to ceiling corner windows offer incredible light at all hours of the day. The rear of the home is truly incredible with a 3-story glass curtain wall that further enhances brilliant sunshine throughout. All of the materials and design details for this property were specifically chosen, fabricated and customized for the home — inspired by the feel of the vibrant meat packing district! Other features include a double height music/entertainment room with magnificent skylight, open kitchen, family room / dining room concept, landscaped garden with outdoor kitchen, wood burning fireplaces, rooftop terrace, wine cellar and much more! 829 Greenwich sits at the cusp of the much sought after Meat Packing District and West Village - the most energetic and vibrant energy the City has to offer! This property is literally steps from the best cultural, fashion and culinary experiences, including the Whitney Museum, the High Line, newly reopened Pastis restaurant, Hermès and Loro Piana. Beyond all this, you also find yourself on the most beautiful and historic tree lined cobblestone streets of the West Village. 829 Greenwich sits at the intersection of the best of both worlds! This incredible jewel of a house is truly one of a kind and cannot be missed!

Expenses Per Annum
RE Taxes
$46,608

Building Features

WBFP
Garden
Terrace
City View
Garage
Wine Cellar
Prewar