PAVONIA AVENUEEclectic Bathroom, New York
Property Marketed by Hudson Place Realty - Style meets substance in this circa 1875 townhouse. Completely renovated & restored in a contemporary, yet warm & welcoming style, 295 Pavonia Avenue is the ultimate home for the 21st century urban family. Set on a 25’ wide lot, this Hamilton Park home offers an ideal open floor plan, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a private outdoor oasis.
With 3,600 sq. ft. of living space, the owner’s triplex showcases a unique formal dining rotunda, living room with exposed brick and built in entertainment center, powder room and office nook. The upper bedroom floors feature a master suite separate sitting area, large walk-in closet with custom built-ins, a dream bath with an over-sized soaking tub, double vanity, separate shower and water closet. The top floor is its own private retreat complete with bedroom, full bath & large sitting room.
Tailor-made for the cooking enthusiast, the chef’s kitchen features a top notch appliance package with 48” Viking refrigerator, Kuppersbusch induction cooktop, built-in double wall oven and Bosch dishwasher, Dacor espresso maker, Viking wine refrigerator, Italian Zebra marble counters and walk-in pantry. A breakfast nook leads out to the large deck and yard for seamless indoor/outdoor entertaining.
Other building features include; a handsome façade with distinctive mansard roof, hardwood floors, Lutron lighting, home automation/sound system, 2 zone CAC, 3 zone radiant heat & tremendous storage, A garden level office and large one bedroom apartment with private entrances, round out this spectacular home.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Blueprint, map or art cabinet. These cabinets have shallow drawers stacked for filing papers and documents flat. The one here — wide enough for two sinks — may have required customizing to increase the depth and functionality of each drawer.
2. Your bath zone will feel homier and full of life. Bathrooms can sometimes feel cold and clinical, usually because they tend to feature a lot of white or other neutral tones, reflective surfaces and sharp angles, and because they are generally free of decorative accents and personal touches. Introducing housewares and other furnishings that you’d usually find in a living area to your bathroom is one way to remedy this problem and infuse your bath zone with warmth and life. Here a wonderful selection of eclectic decor — from the boat wall accents to the red vintage-style birdcage that sits on the top shelf — injects the bath area with charm, a welcoming air and a hearty dose of visual appeal.The exposed brick wall and open shelving, along with the rustic wood vanity that resembles a well-worn sideboard, give the zone a decidedly living room–like feel, too.See more of this eclectic home