Penthouse B sits on the iconic curved southwest corner of The Shephard and features four bedrooms, four baths, two powder rooms, an eat in kitchen (by Smallbone of Devizes), a downstairs living room with fireplace and a very special upstairs library, also with a fireplace, with a wonderful curved and turret with a large skylight. There are three unique terraces, one outfitted with an outdoor kitchen, and a spectacular roof deck with 360-degree views of the river and city. Penthouse B has total of 4,763 interior square feet and 1,475 square feet of exterior terrace space. The apartments at The Shephard have wonderful architectural details that make them feel like homes, including extremely large windows, barrel vaulted ceilings, entrance foyers and gallery spaces and special nooks to accommodate built in bookshelves or art.
The quality of the renovation, design and finishes at The Shephard is unlike any other building currently on the market and has much more in common with a private renovation than with other development projects. All systems in the building are brand new, including a VRF heating and cooling system. The windows are Landmark approved, double paned, triple glazed windows from Skyline. Floors are solid hardwood oak in a herringbone pattern. The master baths are incredible with hand-crafted mahogany vanities with Lefroy Brooks fixtures, white mosaic fan tile floors walls, Dolomiti white stone slab and palest grey painted millwork. Kitchens are custom made by Smallbone of Devize, designed by Gachot Studios and are outfitted with custom painted and mahogany cabinetry with brushed stainless steel and brass hardware from Valli and Valli, counters of black absolute granite and backsplashes and islands of white statuary marble. All appliances are from Miele The Shephard has wonderful living spaces in a building with beautiful, useful and fun amenities in the most perfect location in Manhattan.
The Shephard, located at 275 West 10th Street, has been thoughtfully redesigned, reengineered, and totally renovated to become one of the finest and most special residential buildings in Manhattan. Located on a quiet, tree-lined street in the very best part of the West Village, The floorplans are both generous and graceful. Interior design by Gachot feels elegant and rich, and uses only the finest and most beautiful materials to accentuate the building's distinguished character. A new lobby and lovely garden have been created by incorporating a neighboring and historic carriage house into the building's plan. Comprised of 38 apartments including three Penthouses, The Shephard has beautiful views from over-sized windows, many of which are arched. Every detail has been thought through and all systems and mechanicals are new and of the highest caliber. With amenities including a basketball court, a gym, a golf simulator, a paneled library that opens to the building's landscaped garden, steam rooms and an arcade and ping pong club room, the building retains an intimate, boutique feeling while still providing residents with fantastic spaces to relax and play.
Built in: 1896
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Architectural Style: Pre-War/Vintage