Penthouse Pear Tree
The Penthouse Pear Tree is located in a prime location between Greenwich Village, Union Square and the East Village. A one-of-a-kind penthouse where you can stay and enjoy New York City .
Perched upon a historic pre-war building in the vibrant Manhattan neighbourhood, this luxury penthouse features exposed brick walls and 4 working fireplaces, 3 full bathrooms, one of them with a steam shower and large jacuzzi tub.
The main Living Room and Dining space, flanked by 2 wood-burning fireplaces, has exposed brick walls and an open kitchen. A curved wooden staircase brings you to a sunny solarium BR with it’s own working fireplace, and 2 attached private outdoor terraces, and outdoor fireplace.
The master suite floats amid the aforementioned terrace gardens, with a spa-worthy master bath, deep soaking tub and steam shower, a windowed dressing room and study and a corner fireplace.
2,000 SqFt indoor space and almost 800 SqFt garden terrace with lots of direct sunlight inside and out to call home. Smart-home technologies including Philips Hue lighting, Lutron automatic blinds and a Sonos music system. The open kitchen is what you’d expect to find in a carefully-crafted Village penthouse: chef-ready and gracious with a Miele dishwasher and Wolf range and a dramatic Thermador vented range hood suspended above a stone and brick island.
The gardens get the benefit of a new irrigation system so keeping everything green is a breeze. There’s also three-zone central air controlled by the smart Nest system and a vented washer/dryer, of course.
Luxury bath with large jacuzzi tub and steam shower room. The area is right in the centre of Downtown NYC, close to the Union Square subway hub, walking distance to East Village, Noho and Soho.
Aa perfect perch to gaze at the day and night sky. The larger of the apartment’s terraces has an outdoor wood-burning fireplace and four exposures with Empire State Building views. But the most notable part of this downtown aerie is undoubtedly the unique wooden cottages that can be seen from the street, drawing curiosity and comments.
Guests can access all spaces, including another section of outdoor roof space that’s considered a common area for the building. Feel free to use Duraflame fire logs in any of the fireplaces. Real wood fire logs are not permitted. No noise in the outdoor areas after 10pm.