An incomparable offering, this 1847 brownstone mansion boasting 6,600 square feet of living space beautifully expresses both modern luxury and historic values. Located in the heart of Greenwich Village and on a classic tree-lined street, the South-facing Greek Revival-style home rises four stories and epitomizes a sensibility rarely seen in the market today. Undergoing an impressive renovation in 2021, the sun-drenched residence is ideally suited for contemporary living but with the respect for its historic integrity. The lovely garden floor features a fully renovated kitchen comprising high-end Wolf, Miele, and Subzero appliances. The formal dining room with French custom wallpaper offers an open invitation for both intimate and grand gatherings, and the backyard garden — complete with a water fountain from the early 1900s — welcomes with its serene setting. Outdoor vignettes abound with an additional rooftop deck. Experience the pinnacle of the home's bygone era on the parlor floor. You'll find many details and features intact from the original building, including doors, windows, shutters, moldings, wood-burning fireplaces, and ornate mirrors. The parlor is replete with two formal sitting rooms and a wet bar ensuring entertainment opportunities throughout. The two upper floors are home to the home’s private spaces. Five bedrooms including a full-floor primary suite with flooring restored to its original state; three full bathrooms; and two powder rooms, one of which contains a laundry area complete floors three and four. In-home amenities include an office, a den, and a gym room. There's also a basement with room for a wine cellar, and an attic area suitable for storage and additional laundry. Greenwich Village exudes plenty of its own history and charm too, with an abundance of things to do and see. Walk the dog or meet up with friends at Washington Square Park; enjoy the restaurants and shops that line Bleecker and MacDougal Streets; and celebrate the special architectural styles that solidify the uniqueness of this Lower Manhattan neighborhood.