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This $27.5 million Greenwich Village Greek Revival-style townhouse, originally built in 1844, has floor-to-ceiling windows, mahogany pocket doors and herringbone floors.
There are 21 rooms…yes, TWENTY-ONE…including seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Not to mention multiple outdoor spaces and a fully finished cellar with 8’ ceilings.
It's hard to narrow down what the most drool-worthy part of this place is, but we know we’re coveting the cavernous closet in the master bedroom.
How cavernous? Well, many New Yorkers can probably fit their entire apartments inside this closet with room to spare.
It features built-in everything, including benches, and what looks like a center island with task lighting on top, perhaps to make sure that tie really matches that shirt.
One thing's for sure: You'll never look at your own closet the same way again.
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