Nestled in between Morton Street and St. Luke's Place, sits 430 Hudson Street, a 22' foot wide, renovated townhouse located in one of Manhattan's most desirable locations.
The five-story property is configured as a commercial space on the ground floor, basement, and cellar and a four-story, quadruplex above. The beautifully renovated townhome is approximately 4,140 square feet with 1,400 square feet of outdoor space.
Enter from the private entrance on Hudson Street into a lovely ground entry hall of hand hewn beams, slate floors with ample storage closets, fully private from the commercial space. Ascending the stairs, or elevator, the renovated home begins on the second floor. You are greeted by a sun-filled, open living area with soaring ceiling heights that are over 10' high. The west facing living room has three floor to ceiling windows letting in abundant natural light and a gas burning fireplace. Separating the living room from the kitchen is a large dining area. The kitchen comes equipped with Wolf appliances and blends seamlessly with the large outdoor patio that is covered by sun throughout the day and looks over the renowned St. Luke's and Morton Street townhouse gardens.
The third floor has two large bedrooms that each have their own large walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms. This floor is completed with a full laundry room in between the two bedrooms.
The primary bedroom suite spans the entirety of the fourth floor. Ascending the stairs leads to a library/sitting room. The master bathroom features heated marble floors, marble wrapped tub, double sinks, and a glass enclosed shower. The rear bedroom connects to a landscaped east-facing terrace. Above, there is a sun-filled home office/lounge area with a large, planted patio and wet bar outside. Above the office is a fourth observation terrace with sweeping views of the Empire State Building, the Freedom Tower, and Hudson Yards.
Other features include a commercial grade elevator with access to every floor, radiant heated floors in every bathroom, Colby triple-paned windows, central air and heat, recessed custom lighting, central vacuum, built-in speakers and a humidification system.
The ground floor commercial space is currently occupied by a high end bistro. The space is composed of a bar/dining area, a commercial grade kitchen in the basement, as well as a subcellar used for storage.
430 Hudson Street offers the most discerning buyer the opportunity to live in an exquisitely renovated townhouse with income and unmatched outdoor space on a quiet block in the sought after West Village.