Manhattan Townhouse-Turned-Art-Gallery Known as ‘the Waterfall Mansion’ Asks $34M
One of New York’s most exquisite homes/art galleries, known as the Waterfall Mansion, has recently hit the market.
Built in 1899 as a carriage house, the sleek 5-story townhouse saw an incredible transformation over the years,
now operating as a luxury single family residence set atop an incredible private gallery space.
In recent years, it hosted upscale events for top names such as Gucci, Rolls Royce, Shiseido, FENDI, SONY, and the United Nations.
But it has many more things to offer to prospective buyers,
including 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and a total of 11,000 square feet of living space.
But the most unique feature — which also gave it its moniker — is a 22 foot x 23 foot indoor waterfall.
which the home’s owner, real estate developer Kate Shin, added as a tribute to her childhood homes in Korea, each of which featured a waterfall.
It's not just the townhouse's picture-perfect interiors that make it stand out...
There's also plenty of outdoor space, with a sprawling terrace and a rooftop with a skyline view.
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