Townhouse Catherine   Hell's Kitchen, New York
5
Bedrooms
5.0
Bathrooms
10
Sleeps
 
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Description

Townhouse Catherine is a stunning property in Hell's Kitchen. It is located steps from top-tier restaurants, Broadway theaters, and De Witt Clinton Park.

A gorgeous residence which offers six floors of clean lines, dramatic ceiling height, and luxurious finishes. The custom-built specifications produced more than 7,000 square feet of living space with multiple entertaining areas, four private bedroom suites, and a unique master duplex. It has decorative finishes such as century-old reclaimed wood, exposed brick, and glass railings create a sense of character and balance. The property also boasts a spacious living and dining area, gourmet kitchen with modern appliances, a game room, an incredible integrated Smart Home system and an elevator.

The outdoor area features four great spaces which include a bluestone garden, parlor terrace, fifth-floor balcony, and a massive roof deck with striking Manhattan views.


Features

  • Interior
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Casino Room
  • Dining Room
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry
  • Private Elevator
  • Smart Home
  • Sound System
  • Exterior
  • Loungers
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Terrace
  • Terrace Rooftop
    • Location
    • City View

Hell's Kitchen

With its diverse ethnic character and traditional community feel, Hell's Kitchen, more recently referred to as Clinton, continues to be a popular living spot for trendy New Yorkers, and a still upcoming neighborhood despite it once sordid past. Safer and more attractive than ever, the area that runs from West 34th to 59th Streets and from the Eighth Avenue to the Hudson River was once the city's roughest, dirtiest, most crime-ridden part of town. Though the exact origin of the name "Hell's Kitchen" can't be pinpointed, local residents and many New Yorkers today appreciate its more sophisticated name Clinton, which came from DeWitt Clinton, a nephew of first New York State Governor George Clinton who owned the farmland back in the late 18th Century. Whatever you call it, this area has shed all negative connotations and is a prime example of a successful ethnically-mixed neighborhood with great conveniences.