Touring Aaron Burr’s Historic $9,995,000 NYC Carriage House




INSIDE Aaron Burr’s Historic $10,000,000 NYC Carriage House
This is a look inside a historic landmarked New York City Carriage House. After showing you the Narrowest apartment in NYC we are now giving you a tour of Aaron Burr’s 1829 Carriage house apartment in New York currently on the market for $10,000,000! Let me know in the comments, could you live in this apartment?

INSIDE the SMALLEST Apartment in NEW YORK CITY:

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29 Downing Street NYC
3 bedroom | 2.5 Bathroom | 3,500 Square Feet
Asking Price: $9,995,000
Listed by: Alex Heydt & Steven Clair
Mobile: 914.318.0694
Email: alex.heydt@compass.com sclair@compass.com

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This peerless Greenwich Village carriage house with curb cut garage, melds old and new, public and private, indoors and outdoors, in a way that nods to life in New York City itself. Painstakingly gut-renovated and ultra-flexible, currently configured as three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and expansive ground-floor space with breathtaking designer interiors throughout. Currently zoned as mixed-use, this 1829 house was built on land owned by the third Vice President of the United States, Aaron Burr. Today, the structure is among the city’s oldest and most photographed thanks to star turns in House Beautiful, Elle, The Wall Street Journal and two coffee table books.

Located within the Greenwich Village Historic District, the 25-foot-wide carriage house underwent a thorough renovation that salvaged and restored much of the cherished historic detail while adding compelling, unexpected modern touches. Some of the original wood joists needing replacement were repurposed as shelving, while others are still intact. The 3,600-square-foot building welcomes indoor-outdoor living and lavish entertaining on the second floor, where exposed beams rise over wide-plank hardwood floors, and a wall of folding glass doors opens the level entirely to the nearly 900-square-foot terrace. Imagine glorious al fresco gatherings surrounded by ivy-covered brick walls and the sights of the Village. A well-equipped outdoor kitchen with a gas grill is perfect for summer barbecues, while the unique sunken garden and firepit provide a stunning focal point with peek-a-boo views into the ground-floor space below. Inside, the extraordinary open kitchen dazzles with a massive waterfall quartz island/breakfast bar trimmed in wood and topped with copper pendants. The full suite of Miele appliances includes a range with a retractable down vent, a dishwasher, drawer microwave and wine refrigerator.

Ascend the industrial-chic open staircase to discover the top floor’s private quarters. The sun-kissed primary suite features a wall of glass overlooking the skylit staircase and a serene spa bath with floor-to-ceiling large format tile, exposed shelving, a Duravit rain shower/soaking tub and floating double vanity. Two secondary bedrooms share another full bathroom outfitted with a frameless glass shower, skylight and upscale finishes.
With a curb cut and mixed-use zoning, this home’s ground floor is a flexible open wonderland ideal as a car collector’s dream garage, an art studio or gallery space, a startup office or additional living space. Fourteen-foot tall ceilings, polished concrete floors, transom windows and glimpses into the sunken garden underscore the grand scale of the space. A powder room, laundry room, storage rooms and additional cellar storage space complete this extraordinary Downtown sanctuary.

Located within the Greenwich Village Historic District, at the corner of Downing Street and Bedford Street, this home is surrounded by the outstanding shopping, dining and nightlife of the West Village and Meatpacking District, with the media and tech offices of Hudson Square within easy reach. Small neighborhood parks, Washington Square Park and 500-acre Hudson River Park deliver iconic outdoor space in every direction. Transportation is effortless with 1, A/C/E, B/D/F/M and PATH trains, excellent bus service and CitiBikes all nearby.

Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro
0:33 – Lower level
2:15 – Entryway / Parlor Level
4:07 – Private Terrace
5:25 – Upper Level
7:24 – Carriage House Renovation

Filmed, Edited and Produced By EBC PRODUCTIONS LLC, 2021
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48 Replies to “Touring Aaron Burr’s Historic $9,995,000 NYC Carriage House”

  1. Erik Conover

    Are you Aaron Burr sir? Hands down one of the most unique living spaces we have toured on the channel! Comment what your favorite feature and if you would pay $10,000,000 for a piece of NYC history.

  2. PushinPetey

    Very unique! I love the glass wall, it’s energy cost efficient and have something to offer guests to enjoy. However, the outdoor space in my viewpoint is the best feature of the home!

  3. markbigbadbear

    Monday mornings with a new Eric C. vid are the best monday mornings. Cool place, bud. Thanks for showing us around 😀

  4. Majkol Lalo

    Just wanted to show some love brother. Been enjoying your journey. You keep it real. You are a king and I wish you all the success in the universe.

  5. Vanessa K

    Cool place! I wish they would have put a bathroom on the lower basement level. If you use that as a den and work space then it’s a long way to go from top the bottom for the bathroom.

  6. dreasan

    I’ve been waiting for this house tour ever since you posted a reel on Instagram about it. It did not disappoint!

  7. The BassBaritone

    The fire pit eats the space and does literally nothing. You still can have fire pit on the balcony while have a flat floor throughout.

  8. JJF74

    Really nice property. Will you be continuing with the day in the life type vlogs still? Though I still find the apartment and house tours interesting.

  9. Nikolai Vanyo

    They took a beautiful historic home full of charm and unique character and turned it into another boring white box, great job!

  10. Caleb Lytton-Jean

    Wow. So they threw out all the original or old stuffs that's still function just fine….. And now become this??? No wonder developer screwed up everything. Wasting money for the new look that still caused more problems.

  11. Mohsen Osman

    I've have to manually search for your videos over the past few months, doesn't look like I'm getting any notifications or recommendations… Might wanna look into it… P.s I have notifications on…

  12. Kira Lerner

    LOL, there are so many "features" that architects love but people who actually live in homes quickly realize are absurdly impractical. Only open shelving in the kitchen? No pantry space or easily accessible cabinetry? (As far as I can tell, there isn't. When the camera swings around to show the whole kitchen there's nothing there opposite the island, and the only cabinets are beneath the counters.) Those admittedly gorgeous 200-year-old beams won't look quite as chic when filled with groceries like Bumble Bee tuna, Rice Krispies or Fruit Roll-ups. Or even the billionaire equivalents. And others have commented on the ridiculous glass wall that displays the master bed to anyone, including kids. I can handle the "all eyes on me" patio, because any outdoor space in NYC is wonderful. But the whole house is a big fishbowl.

    I dunno. You've got this fantastic historic figure associated with the property, but the building itself looks as if it's been dropped down from a spaceship flown by a planet of Industrial Modern-worshipping aliens.

  13. カイリ

    idk about the garage door honestly. I feel like someone would break in lolll thats scary especially it's just right on the streets

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