Welcome to apartment 7D at the Butterfield house. It has been many years since a D line apartment become available in this special cooperative. And rarely does an apartment of this quality come to market with such a truly mint, high-end architectural redesign and renovation. The quality of the workmanship here is unparalleled. The layout of the living area was completely reimagined from its original floor plan with a new contemporary design conceived to incorporate art, architectural elements and a flow for modern luxurious living. The gracious foyer is lined with custom floor to ceiling closets and matching moldings on each side providing a perfectly symmetrical space. The foyer leads you to an expansive living and dining room providing a generous and comfortable living and entertaining space. Southern light floods the room from the brand new floor to ceiling windows where you will also find access to your private terrace overlooking this serene, tranquil and landmarked building gardens. The open views are protected by the historic gold coast Greenwich Village streets to the south. The windowed chef s kitchen features a marble clad waterfall island large enough for separate dining and open to the living and dining room offering the open plan everyone is looking for these days. The appliance package is top drawer with a subzero fridge and built in wine cooler, Viking oven, a Wolf convention oven and cook top, and a Miele dishwasher. There is also an abundance of solid wood, high-end cabinetry and a built-in television. The separate bedroom wing features two large rooms with sunny southern exposures. The primary bedroom boasts a custom-built walk-in closet and a spa like en-suite bath adorned in marble and imported stone. There is a custom vanity and medicine chest and a walk-in rain shower. Only the highest quality finishes and fixtures were used to complete this masterpiece of a bath. The generously proportioned second bedroom is currently configured as a home office or den with a custom built-in desk and storage and an embedded television and sound system. This room is large enough to use as both a home office and guest room. The second full bath is also adorned with glorious marble and imported stone and features a tremendous amount of custom storage space and a deep soaking tub. The architectural team who created this masterpiece included all the bells and whistles including brand new solid oak floors, new centrally controlled AC, new windows, and custom electronic blinds in every room including black out shades in the bedrooms. There is recessed lighting and a vast amount of built out custom closet space along with a fully integrated Crestron style AV system throughout the residence with built in control pads in each room. The Butterfield House is a uniquely landmarked mid-century modern building and considered to be one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents of this pet-friendly, white glove cooperative enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, resident manager, a full-time doorman, a reasonably priced on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room. The location could not be more ideal in the heart of lower Fifth Avenue and Gold Coast Greenwich Village with close proximity to all transportation, the Union Square Farmers Market, Whole Foods, and Citarella. Current capital monthly assessment in place of $230.