On a Beautiful Tree-Lined Street in NoMad
Located on a beautiful tree-lined block in the NoMad district, this handsome twenty foot wide, five story townhouse has original architectural details, high ceilings, grand front and rear rooms, five marble fireplaces, and a large south-facing garden, perfect for entertaining. An elevator connects all the floors, and the house has accessibility features throughout.
The double entry opens into the beautiful parlor floor. The inviting foyer retains its beautiful glass panels and moldings, with a stunning marble floor. French doors open into the study, which has a large arched window and a fireplace. The living room features a high ceiling, fireplace, herringbone oak floors, large windows and an enclosed wet bar; French doors open onto the balcony and the staircase that leads down to the garden.
There are two powder rooms and a coat closet off the foyer; the stately central staircase has lovely carved posts and balusters, and with two niches for artwork, it is a charming focal point for the house.
The second floor has exceptional carved gold leaf moldings, 11' 11" ceilings, and diamond patterned oak floors throughout. Magnificent arches with pocket doors frame the entries into the library and the dining room. The dining room has floor-to-ceiling windows with built-in shutters, and is flanked by his and her kitchens, perfect for a culinary couple. The library has floor-to-ceiling windows, a marble fireplace, and built-in bookcases. There is also a powder room on this floor.
On the third floor, which also has high ceilings, the quiet south-facing master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an en suite master bathroom with a tub and separate shower. There is another bedroom and bath, a second walk-in closet, and a kitchenette for guests.
The fourth floor contains three additional bedrooms, two fireplaces, a sitting room, abundant closets, a bathroom, and a kitchenette. An enclosed staircase provides access to the roof.
The garden floor has a spa swimming pool, large wine cellar, laundry room, mechanicals and storage, and access to the garden. Paved with plantings around the edge, the twenty by thirty foot garden is ideal for entertaining, or relaxing with a good book.
This Anglo-Italianate house was likely built between 1840 and 1860 (transaction records go back to 1878). It has sprinkler and alarm systems, and central air conditioning and heating. The property can be sold furnished. The building is zoned for general commercial; as well as a private home, it could be used as an art gallery, medical offices, embassy or consulate, or a cultural center.
114 East 30th Street is located just off Park Avenue South in North Madison Square, one of the earliest residential districts in New York. Now known as NoMad, this is once again a highly sought- after neighborhood, people being drawn by the park and the charming historic details of the area. It within easy reach of transportation, for example, Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station, and the Midtown Tunnel for access to LaGuardia and JFK Airports. The area has many fine restaurants, cultural institutions such as the Morgan Library, and a thriving nightlife.