The West Village of New York City is known for its trendy restaurants as well as posh townhouses. New York based property developer William Rainero has just added another luxurious townhouse to the neighborhood.
The residence has been lovingly restored and converted into a single-family residence by William Rainero. William actually grew up in the home so designing this home had some sentimental value for him. He has personally overseen each aspect of the renovation.
The house is about 22.5 feet wide and features a south-facing Zen garden just a few steps away from New York’s iconic Washington Square Park. The living space is spread over a total of 7 floors that include a multi-level living space.
A rare and beautiful Zen garden, a gourmet kitchen, a catering kitchen, a collector’s wine room, media center, en-suite bedrooms, a full-floor master with an incredible garden view, a home spa and fitness center, a billiard room, and a sprawling rooftop for lavish urban entertaining are some of the features that really make this an extravagant home.
The property once belonged to the famed American composer John Philip Sousa also known as the American March King.
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