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Architecture April, 18 2013

Andy Warhol’s New York City Townhouse is Now Up for Sale

Originally designed by Henry Hardenbergh, this former home and studio of famed artist Andy Warhol blends charm with exquisite new interior finishes and 21st century technology. Included in the townhouse are a variety of entertaining spaces: a wood-paneled library/dining room and a formal living room, both featuring wood-burning fireplaces. The garden level offers a brand new kitchen with custom cabinetry and Caesarstone counters. With dual Sub-Zero refrigerators, Sub-Zero wine storage, Wolf induction cooktop and dual Wolf wall ovens, double Miele dishwashers, as well as Miele coffee maker and microwave, “Even the most accomplished chef is sure to be impressed.”

The top two floors offer quiet and private respite, with four bedrooms (two have wood-burning fireplaces), four baths and custom-built closets. There are two sets of washer/dryers – one on the top floor and one in the full-floor cellar. Updated mechanicals and home conveniences include new zoned heating and cooling systems with touchscreen controls, a central vacuum, ADT Pulse alarm and video monitoring systems, Lutron Home Works lighting system, and state-of the-art media/communication systems. Currently configured as a single-family residence, other possible uses include an art gallery, physician’s office or interior design firm.

The townhouse is up for sale for $5.8 million USD.

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