Welcome to 247 Waverly Place - Located on one of the most desirable streets in the West Village, this superbly maintained historic single family home was constructed in 1888, and is one of the few houses designed by William Burnet Tuthill, the celebrated architect of Carnegie Hall. This elegant home offers meticulously restored original details, and has been upgraded by the discerning owners with such comforts as new thermal pane windows throughout the house, two zone central air-conditioning, and a climate controlled wine cellar.
A private entry will lead you into the kitchen awash with sunlight, and featuring a Sub-Zero refrigerator, an abundance of counter space and custom cabinetry, an expansive center island, a powder room, and a charming breakfast alcove. The formal dining room is perfect for entertaining, and has floor to ceiling windows opening to a lush patio.
The parlor floor boasts a gracious foyer flush with original details leading into the serene living room with soaring 10' + ceilings, gorgeous oak flooring, and a wood burning fireplace. Beyond the living room is a divine den complete with a wet bar which overlooks the garden and features another wood burning fireplace, charming exposed brick walls, and large windows bathing the room in natural light.
On the third floor you will find two generously proportioned bedrooms and one full bath. High ceilings throughout with abundant closets and storage, the tranquil front guest room faces charming Waverly Place, and also has a wood burning fireplace. The second guest room overlooks the garden, has great light, and features a decorative fireplace.
The fourth floor Master suite receives lovely sunlight through three large windows, and boasts a striking wood burning fireplace. A spacious, handsome dressing room features a large walk-in-closet, and the marble-clad Master bathroom boasts double sinks, a magnificent central tub and a spacious shower stall, with a separated toilet and bidet.
247 Waverly Place is located in a prime area of the West Village home to some of the city's most treasured restaurants like L'Artusi, the Spotted Pig, and of course the Waverly Inn, some of the best shopping in the city, and incredibly convenient to transportation. Life in this historic home will put you in the center of it all in one of Manhattan's most delightful, and beautiful neighborhoods.