Townhouse Danielle is set in the heart of vibrant downtown living directly off Houston, within the East Village, and surrounded by Lower East Side, Greenwich Village, SoHo, NoHo, Nolita. Enjoy immediate access to the city's best nightlife and Michelin-starred restaurants, including Momofuku Ko, Carbone and The Musket Room, to name a few. Fantastic museums and theaters, SoHo shopping, NYU, Whole Foods, parks and convenient transportation are all within blocks of this
This private and exclusive 2 story mansion with soaring 24-ft high original ornate ceilings has been rented by Hollywood celebs, rock stars, and famous hoteliers. Formally a speak easy and dance hall, this super chic 4 bedroom. 4.5 bath townhouse has been meticulously renovated with premium finishes and modern timeless design. The private metal double door entry opens to a dramatic foyer with double height ceilings and a large crystal chandelier. As you continue inside, the first level is completely open, with a massive chef’s kitchen that features top-tier Viking appliances and Italian Carrara marble. There are also a fully-automated custom lighting system, 14ft x 9ft movie theater, central surround sound,and a private Miele laundry room.
The sun-soaked grand entertainment space with dramatic 19-foot ceilings is illuminated by oversized 20th century windows and opens up to a private outdoor terrace. This striking entertainment space has hosted countless Hollywood affairs, and been the home to many A-list actors. On the upper-floor, you’ll find a wrap-around indoor balcony right off the master suite that overlooks the living space.
Considered to be part of the Lower East Side, the East Village quickly developed its own identity and culture when many artists, musicians, students and hippies began to move into the area. It is known for retail diversity, restaurant density, proximity to nightlife, and desirability to the creative classes, with only schools and affordability truly lacking. Thanks to nearby NYU, the East Village has more income and ethnic diversity than most of its neighbors. St. Mark's Place (East 8th Street), one of the neighborhood's most famous streets, is lined with bars, restaurants and shops and a popular strip for tourists to visit.