Located in a beautiful Best Addresses cooperative, this gracious, three bedroom corner unit still had many historic features which were no longer needed by modern occupants, including a service corridor and servant’s pantry, servant’s bath, and small kitchen. These auxiliary spaces were reconfigured to incorporate an enlarged kitchen with direct access to the dining room; a concealed laundry closet; and a full bath, relocated off of the entry vestibule. The new kitchen’s colorful cabinetry and a graphic checkerboard floor compliment the owner’s folk art collection. Throughout, care was taken to match historic moldings and details and create a more open and welcoming floor plan within the beautifully detailed historic unit.
Joshua O. Hill
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