As the first deep freeze envelops New York City, we’ve taken the liberty of rounding up listings that put the hearth at the heart of the home. Here are our top nooks to hibernate during the season’s big chill.
1) Our exclusive listing at 238 East 4th Street made New York Magazine‘s list of top urban fireplaces. From the wood coffered ceilings, custom-crafted by the artisan of the Gramercy Park Hotel Rose Bar. to the massive Renaissance-style wood burning fireplace – this great room is après-ski chic.
2) This new-to-market, never-been-listed townhouse exclusive at 126 West 87th Street has all its original details intact, including a marble-faced fireplace in a handsome wood-paneled study. There are two more throughout this three-story, 125-year-old, landmark brownstone.
3) Three wood-burning fireplaces can be found at 220 East 73rd Street, #6CDE – in the master bedroom, living room and library. This sprawling pre-war 3-bed, 3-bath is pristinely renovated and originally designed by Emory Roth. Take a tour of this majestic home.
4) In the Juliard Condominium at 18 Leonard Street, #6A in TriBeCa, light pours into an open living room from floor-to-ceiling windows.