147 Waverly Place Penthouse

New York

Located in the heart of the historic West Village 147 Waverly Place, designed by prominent architects Jardine, Kent and Hill and known as The Waverly Building, was originally constructed in 1912.
The building's characteristic shape reflects the oblique angle of its prime corner site. Adapted as a boutique 20-unit condominium, The Waverly Building now includes a 24-hour doorman, 24-hour concierge service, a full time superintendent, a beautiful roof terrace with Village, Empire State Building and skyline views, and basement storage.
The building’s exterior brick, limestone and cornice detail shows great craftsmanship and wonderful architecturally rich detail reminiscent of an era gone by.
The building is steps from Washington Square Park, gourmet grocery stores, amazing restaurants, and public transportation.
The one-of-a-kind penthouse residence further includes a beautiful indoor wood burning fireplace and panoramic sundrenched views of Manhattan’s skyline and a stunning private landscaped terrace complete with outdoor fireplace and hot tub.
This penthouse boasts an extraordinary living space comprised of an open Valcucine chef’s kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area, living area and library with a double sided wood burning fireplace between the living room and the library.

​Architects: Jardine, Kent and Hill