Camille Duvall Hero's Current Listings

42 West 9th Street, Apartment 19

New York City, New York

$2,750,000

Maintenance: $3,152

2 BD, 2 BA

Situated in a prewar doorman building, this mint condition 2 bedroom 2 bathroom home has been beautifully renovated incorporating timeless prewar finishes with all the modern updates. Located on the 4th floor of this boutique building, the apartment also has some of the most charming views overlooking one of the best tree-lined blocks in the village. The finishes are exceptional throughout, including reclaimed oak wood floors originating from a Belgian townhouse and expertly laid in the traditional French herringbone pattern by a master craftsman. The gracious living room boasts 3 bright North facing windows, a wood-burning fireplace with 18th Century French lime stone mantle, and beautiful exposed brick along with prewar moldings. The master bedroom is pin-drop quiet and includes a huge custom walk-in closet, as well as an en-suite bathroom with Waterworks fixtures. The charming second bedroom features double doors, great proportions and has ample space for large furniture. Next to the Kitchen is a gorgeous, elegant dining/sitting room that works great either as a decadent formal dining room or second sitting room, and boasts a second French lime-stone fireplace mantle. The south facing windowed Eat-In Kitchen was built for a true chef including a large island, granite counters, custom millwork, 48’ Wolf range, subzero refrigerator, wine cooler, Meile dishwasher, and Meile washer & dryer. The second bathroom is beautifully finished with Waterworks fixtures and rain shower. Other features include central A/C, private storage, Crestron system with controls for all lighting, integrated sound system, internet, and security. The building includes an additional laundry room, bike room, is pet friendly and allows pied-a-terres. This is a truly exceptional location with subway stations at West 4th Street and Christopher Street, not to mention fantastic amenities such as Citarella, Bigelows, Whole Foods, Washington Square Park and the city’s best restaurants and shopping.

130-134 East 67th Street, Apartment 1F

New York City, New York

$1,725,000

Maintenance: $3,152

2 BD, 2 BA

1907, Architect Charles Pratt, Pre-War Classic beauty.

This spacious 2 bedroom and 2 bath home has been polished into mint condition. The Living room and Dining room are gracefully melded together, creating perfect open space for entertaining. Anchoring the sunny, south facing living room is a limestone mantelpiece dating from the early 17th century; the perfect accompaniment to the dining room’s pair of classic columns which create a unique accent for the room. Located on the second floor of the building, 130 East 67th Streets permits non-primary apartment ownership.The private, pin-drop quiet large master bedroom features a gorgeous en-suite spa bath and a thoughtfully designed, walk-in closet with windows. The second bedroom is paneled in knotty pine and is cleverly designed to function as an office and guest bedroom. The second bath functions as a powder room and has an ingeniously designed stall shower. Perfect for entertaining, the windowed kitchen has every conceivable desirable appliance including double ovens and a warming oven. The details are what make this gorgeous home; venetian plaster, stenciled hard-wood floors, fabric walls, and classic mouldings combine beautifully to make this a sumptuous and complete apartment. White Glove 24/7 Doorman, Pet Friendly, Separate storage, Washer/Dryer, and low monthly maintenance charges of $1,853. Second homes permitted.

1 West 72nd Street, Apartment 78

New York City, New York

$6,995,000 – IN CONTRACT

Maintenance: $3,152

2 BD, 2 BA

Originally 6 rooms with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms (see floor plans), this impressive 5 room home spans 68’ of bright southern exposure overlooking the double-wide block of 72nd St, and includes oblique views of Central Park from the Living Room. This exceptionally grand home is impressive in scale with generous room proportions, soaring 12’ ceilings, 4 wood burning fireplaces, 3 with original mantels, and many other prewar details intact.

The Living Room is currently open to the Dining Room, creating an impressive double wide space perfect for large scale entertaining. The majestic Living Room is large enough on its own for two sitting areas, and includes a wood-burning fireplace, as well as a fantastic set-back bay window with views of Central Park. The expansive Formal Dining Room is large enough to entertain a dozen or more guests for dinner and enjoys a wood-burning fireplace with the original mantel, and a huge sunny window. Both rooms are wrapped with a charming juliet balcony that spans more than half the length of the apartment and enjoy original detail including moldings, and shutter framed windows typical of The Dakota.

The master suite is nothing short of fabulous with oversized proportions, suitable for large furniture including a charming sitting area around the wood burning fireplace with original mantel. This room also faces south from a large window with the original shutter framed window. The romantic 2nd bedroom boasts generous proportions typical of some master bedrooms, and includes its own decadent wood burning fireplace and oversized shutter framed southern window.

Designed by Henry J. Hadenbergh, The Dakota is a legendary icon of NYC living due to its incredible architecture and illustrious list of current and past residents. The Dakota architecture includes opulent finials, oil-burning lamps, and a manned sentry greet residents and their guests. From the elegant porte cochére entrance you can see glimpses of a fountain, located at the center of The Dakota’s beautiful interior courtyard. Once serving as a carriage turnaround, the courtyard now functions as a meeting point for the building’s four separate lobbies.

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For a full list of Camille Duvall Hero’s current and former listings, please visit her Warburg Realty profile.