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122 Waverly Place (Keller Williams NYC) 122 Waverly Place (Keller Williams NYC)
When the much-hyped Pinnacle Penthouse at The Woolworth Tower Residences sold for only a fraction of its original $110,000,000 asking price earlier this week, some hypothesized that the penthouse's unfinished white box condition was a factor in the deep discount – the buyer will have to put in significant work and money to customize it to his specifications. The opposite is taking place at 122 Waverly Place: The nearly 100-year-old townhouse has been gut renovated by David Howell and Steffani Aarons of DHD Architecture & Interior Design to the sellers' specifications, and there is an option to buy it fully furnished with high-end custom furniture and finishes by the likes of Holly Hunt, Phillip Jeffries, Studio Four, Casamance, Holland and Sherry, Marc Phillips, Romo, Cowtan and Tout, Kvadrat, Rogers and Goffigon, and Gucci.
At $49,000,000, the five-story, 7,310-square-foot house is the most expensive townhouse currently on the market in Greenwich Village, and one of the most expensive in New York City (all per CityRealty listings). However, the modern updates and custom furnishings may do a number to entice buyers. Moreover, it is on the market at a time when townhouses are proving extremely popular among luxury buyers.

“The buyer will be someone who does not want to spend the time to redesign their space and will appreciate the value in having every detail and finish already thought out and delivered to them so they can move right in” – Nicole Gary, listing broker, Keller Williams NYC

122 Waverly Place previously served as a multi-family property, but had long since been converted to a single-family home when the sellers bought it for $13 million in July 2021. Identified only as a married couple in the mortgage business, their original plan was to gut renovate it for their own use, but they decided to list it instead. The New York house comes on the heels of successful renovations and sales in California and Florida.

The renovation brings all the bells and whistles to 122 Waverly Place, but its Greenwich Village address could scarcely be improved upon. It is less than one block from Washington Square Park and close to acclaimed restaurants and cultural institutions. One thing the house doesn’t have is parking, but it is well situated near the West 4th Street and Christopher Street subway stops, allowing for easy access almost anywhere in the city.

↓ 122 Waverly Place dates back to 1930, but has been updated with state-of-the-art security, lighting, temperature control, audiovisual elements, and home automation system.


↓ All levels are connected by a grand staircase and an elevator.

Entrance with dramatic stairwell

↓ An illuminated and refrigerated wine wall is located just off the entrance.

Illuminated wine storage

↓ A sleek chef’s kitchen comes equipped with Caesarstone countertops, custom millwork, custom ribbed wood veneer and high gloss night armor cabinetry, a custom banquette, and top-of-the-line appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf.

Chef's kitchen with garden access

↓ The kitchen opens up to a garden terrace with gas grill, outdoor television, wet bar, fire table, and heated pool.

Private garden with dining table, outdoor kitchen, pool, and seating
Outdoor pool, outdoor television, and fire table

↓ The heart of the living room is an Arabescato Antico gas fireplace.

Living room with stone fireplace

↓ A fully equipped bar with wine fridge, beverage fridge, and dishwasher just off the living room makes entertaining a breeze.

Bar area with refrigerators and custom shelving

↓ The bedrooms start on the third floor, and all feature en suite baths.

Bedroom with upholstered walls and large windows
En suite bath with high-end fixtures

↓ A secondary bedroom features upholstered walls, built-in desk space, a hanging bubble chair, and double beds with storage space below and illuminated arches above.

Bedroom with double beds with custom headboards and closet
Bedroom's seating area and closet

↓ A fourth-floor study boasts an electric fireplace, well-appointed wet bar, powder room, and French doors leading to a private terrace.

Study with high-end materials
Private balcony

↓ A well-thought guest bedroom suite features a stylishly upholstered black wall, large closet, en suite bath, and mirrored panels with drop-down lighting.

Guest bedroom with custom upholstered walls

↓ The fifth-floor primary suite boasts a bespoke custom bed, electric fireplace, integrated television and lighting, beverage fridge, and mesmerizing city views.

Primary bedroom with fireplace, television, and closet

↓ The luxurious primary bath features double stone vanities, a soaking tub with backlit onyx, and walk-in steam shower with color-changing lighting system and six body sprays.

Primary bath with double sinks and makeup vanity
Separate soaking tub

↓ The home’s wellness cellar includes a home gym, sauna, massage room, and plunge pool.

Home gym with plunge tub
Massage room
Cellar-level sauna

↓ There is a concealed washer/dryer in the primary suite, but the cellar level also houses a laundry room with double Miele washer/dryers.

Cellar-level laundry room

↓ The cellar level includes staff quarters as carefully customized as the levels above.

Cellar-level staff bedroom
Cellar-level bath

↓ The lushly landscaped roof terrace boasts multiple seating areas, a glass railing, a wet bar, and 360-degree views from the Freedom Tower to the Empire State Building.

Roof terrace with city views
Skylight detail on roof deck
Greenwich Village and Midtown skyline views

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