New York townhouse designed by Duphner Heighes returns in time, as the original architecture and the facade from 1899 was recreated due to a restoration. The house itself is marvelous, with a generous space of 4,200 square feet. Elegance is emanated in the living room and the kitchen and dining room offer beautiful views over the small outside garden, where sitting areas are also arranged.
These, plus the TV and study room can be found at the first floor. The second floor hosts two bedrooms designed especially for the children. Built-in furniture was used there, so all the space could be used at its maximum potential. At the third floor we find the master bedroom in pastel colors, warming the atmosphere along with the stone fireplace.
A love terrace was created at the last floor, on the roof, with another fireplace and teak furniture.