OK, maybe it’s pure hyperbole because 10 stories in New York is not exactly the sky, but this penthouse in a boutique building in the East Village that sits at the edge of four neighborhoods does provide amazing views.
And thanks to a tip from Mansion Global, we can tell you about Penthouse B, a three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex penthouse at the top of 32 East 1st Street, “where Chrystie Meets Bond,” the listing said.
The entire building only has 30 units, making it super exclusive. There are only three penthouse residences.
Penthouse B offers 360-degree views of downtown and midtown, with Sara Roosevelt Park and the Brooklyn Bridge to the east.
Thanks to a private terrace that wraps around the unit, you have ample entertaining space, since it also boasts a fully equipped outdoor kitchen and Wolf grilling station, as well as planters integrated with lights and speakers.
Inside, the home has brushed solid white oak wood floors throughout, 10 foot ceilings, and large triple-pane windows.
The kitchen opens to a large living room (which has a fireplace), and features book-matched natural Bianco Lasa marble slab countertops and backsplashes, custom-brushed solid oak wood Italian cabinets, and a full suite of Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero appliances.
The master bedroom becomes a true retreat thanks to a five-fixture master bathroom, with vanilla Onyx walls, radiant heat floors, brushed solid oak wood dual vanities topped with Corian countertops and dual sinks, and a custom-designed Antonio Lupi “Sartoriale” CristalPlant soaking tub. The bathroom also has a separate rain-shower, and custom Italian fixtures by CEA Design.
The other two bathrooms are just as lush, with Roman Travertine walls, radiant heat floors, oak vanities and Corian countertops, and more.
To top off the entertainer’s haven, the home also has an integrated Sonos audio system, Molteni closets, controlled recessed LED lighting by Delta, and electronic Lutron shades.