Personal wine cellars more than worthy of your Chateau Lafite

By Jen Laing | January 8, 2016 - 2:59PM

The kitchen counter is no place to store your favorite bottle of red, white or bubbly. A wine fridge or, better yet, cellar provides a much more hospitable environment to the delicate bouquets! These fine homes all come ready-equipped with cellars large enough to store an ample supply—be they Bordeaux or box. Cheers!

The wine cellar of this five-bedroom, six bath duplex penthouse at 360 Furman Street in Brooklyn Heights (on the market for $27.7 million) holds 3,500 bottles—which should tide you over for a while. What’s more, the apartment offers inspiring Manhattan skyline views from it’s upper floors terrace, an ideal spot for sipping from the contents of one (or more) of those vintages.

For those who like their bottles extra-accessible, this 14-room Upper West Side townhouse at 64 West 87th Street (for sale at $12.950 million) has located its refrigerated wine room adjacent to the kitchen, dining room and garden area for spur of the moment cork-popping convenience.

As if a six-bedroom, eight-bath home in the legendary Puck Building weren’t enough of a draw, this duplex condo at 293 Lafayette Street (priced at $66 million) also features multiple terraces, numerous sitting and dressing rooms, a library, a media room, a private putting green, a gym, a yoga lawn and not one but two wine cellars—the main one, off the gallery connecting the sky lit center hall to the great room and a second, smaller refrigerator in the kitchen. 

This six-story townhouse at 161 East 63rd Street (yours for $12.8 million) has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, seven fireplaces and a finished basement with a gym, a recreation are and a thermostatically-controlled wine cave.


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