Built in the 1820s by John McCombs, also the architect of City Hall, 39 Harrison Street offers everything you need in a downtown home.
The main entrance, atop a stone stoop, brings you into the open parlor floor featuring the living room, dining room and kitchen. 10' ceilings add to the grandeur of the space, which is complemented by two woodburning fireplaces and an elegant powder room.
The dining area features custom built-in cabinetry and the open, remodeled kitchen includes generous storage, Caesarstone countertops, Sub-Zero refrigerator, an extra-wide built in gas cooktop and two ovens. The kitchen's large windows offer open views of the townhouse's 500 square foot private patio - accessible via a back door off of the kitchen. On the second floor is the master suite with a fireplace and customized walk-in closet. Also on this floor is the large private study with fireplace, which can easily be converted into a spacious additional bedroom. The master bathroom, accessible from both the bedroom and study, features heated white Calacatta marble floors, a glass-enclosed steam shower, ample storage space and a freestanding antique cast-iron bathtub. The ceiling height on this level is 9'10".
On the third floor are two additional bedrooms, both with fireplaces, and a third full bathroom with heated marble floors, double sinks and an extra-deep soaking tub/shower. Also on the third floor is an open, loft-like sitting area and the home's laundry room. The ceiling height on this level is up to 14'4".
The ground floor of the home, accessible by separate entrance or via internal stairs from the parlor floor, is currently configured as a private guest suite with a large living area, newly built kitchenette, a fourth full bathroom and spacious bedroom area. The polished concrete floors feature radiant heating and this level includes an additional back door with access to the private patio. Ceiling height on this level is 9'. The home features central air conditioning throughout.
As featured in the New York Times as one of Manhattan's last remaining mews, this Federal Style house is conveniently situated half a block from the Hudson River Park and just steps from the shops and restaurants of the TriBeCa Historic District.
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