Fireplaces fill homes with warmth and coziness it’s true, however, little by little double-sided marble beauties or sleek gas ones in a modern interior transcend their functions. This desirable piece in a luxurious space becomes an attraction and an element of decor. We spotlight a collection of condo listings throughout the country with show-stopping fireplaces that bring comfort and grandeur to these lavish homes.
555 West End Avenue
555 West End Avenue, the landmarked Beaux Arts Catholic School that has been transformed into the Upper West Side’s most unique condominium, is home to the ultimate residential oasis in New York City.
On the market for $22.5 million, the Terrace Penthouse is a beautiful four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath duplex residence that boasts private elevator entry and offers 2,200 square feet of interior space. 2,800 square feet of private outdoor space includes a sweeping wraparound terrace and a full-floor rooftop terrace. The home’s great room which is framed by elegant steel-framed French doors that offer a spectacular vista of the building’s signature landmarked turrets also features a striking double-sided, marble-wrapped gas fireplace.
Beckford House & Tower
Beckford House & Tower are two complementary residential buildings on New York’s Upper East Side designed by William Sofield, the AD100 designer known for his work with Tom Ford and Gucci. The three penthouses at Beckford Tower, the last remaining listings at the development, feature fireplaces from Jamb of London. Founded by Will and Charlotte Fisher, it is one of the world’s most highly regarded antique fireplace dealers.
Priced at $18.495 million, Penthouse 31 is a 4,141 square-foot, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bath home that has three private terraces totaling 634 exterior square feet. The penthouse is move-in ready and features views from Central Park to the East River and Midtown Manhattan.
The Archer Residences
A red brick façade of The Archer Residences, the first full-service, white-glove condominium development in historic Beacon Hill, pays homage to the historic spirit of one of Boston’s oldest and most exclusive neighborhoods.
Currently on the market for $5.25M, Residence 501 is a two-bed, 2.5-bath home with ceilings reaching 9′ 5″ and a gas fireplace. Featuring custom walnut and painted oak cabinetry, copper Waterworks fixtures, 5” rift oak flooring, crown molding and oversized windows, this home provides the perfect balance between classic and contemporary living in Beacon Hill.
40 West 12th
Midtown Atlanta’s most luxurious new condominium 40 West 12th is home to 64 residences, all of which feature dual-facing, indoor-outdoor modern fireplaces. Developed by Selig Enterprises and Rockefeller Group, and designed by Atlanta-based firm Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio, 40 West 12th Street is a 16-story tower that sits within the massive $530 million mixed-use development called 1105 West Peachtree that lured both Google and the Epicurean.
Residence 1106, priced at $2,031,900, features a unique dual fireplace connecting the indoors and outdoors. The modern fireplace set against a grand marble-clad Porcelanosa tile wall anchors the living space.
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