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Five homes with their own wine cellars for storing all those extra holiday bottles

Tucked into the garden floor of this brownstone at 546 11th Street in Park Slope (listed at $5.9 million) is this impressive thermostatically controlled wine room.

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If you spent New Year’s Eve celebrating big time, you may now find yourself (fortunately!) with a few extra bottles of Veuve, Dom, and Cristal (or at least a decent bottle of red from the local wine store). But where to put them in your New York City apartment? You could stuff them into the fridge—alongside the milk, butter, eggs and assorted leftovers—or invest on one of these sweet abodes, complete with their own private wine cellars.

This wine cellar, within a four-story, 15-room townhouse at 15 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights (on the market for $12.5 million) includes a cozy tasting area, plus storage and refrigeration for over 300 bottles.

Off the foyer of this four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath condop at 333 East 91st Street (yours for $3.395 million) is a custom wine closet and wet bar.

At 314 East 69th Street—a 4,000-square-foot townhouse built in 1899 (and on the market for $7.995 million)—a large red cedar, temperature-controlled wine cellar is located in the basement along with a laundry room and powder room.

Finally, this single-family townhouse at 17 East 83rd Street (priced at $22.5 million) features a finished basement level complete with a custom-designed 17-foot-by-14-footwine cellar that can hold 2,500 bottles.

 

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