Striking Duplex House in Tribeca, New York

This striking duplex house shares a significant location overlooking the river in Tribeca, New York. You may find it surprising but 50 distinct windows have been provisioned in the house to allow in the natural outdoor light and embrace the beautiful interiors. Though every single aspect of the house is worth an appreciation, but it is the terrace and swimming pool provisioned on the roof which attracts attention immediately.

A small seating space has also been arranged on the roof in order to allow the owners enjoy the perfect outdoor environment. Interiors of the house have been designed elegantly to create a warm atmosphere. Aristocrat sofas with high rise backs have been combined with floor to ceiling ivory curtains and a simple area rug to create the living room.

Kitchen, lounge and the dining area share a common open floor plan. The minimal decoration theme of the living room has been extended to the bedroom as well. Another attractive feature of the house which is worth mentioning is a huge library provisioned on the first floor. Stand alone floor to ceiling classic wooden bookcases introduced in the library feature ample space for storage of books.{found on elliman}



Published by in Apartments, on July 8th, 2011

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