The pool was featured on the cover of Interior Design magazine.
Believed to have been built in the mid-1800s, the red brick Greek Revival-style residence in Greenwich Village, Manhattan spans roughly 8,300 square feet throughout six levels, according to the listing, which can all be accessed by the elevator or the sky-lit glass staircase.
Owner Gilad Hayeem, who cofounded United Kingdom-based investment fund, Marble Bar Asset Management, bought the townhouse in 2011 for $17.57 million and lives there with his family.
Designed by architect, Wayne Turett, the house was renovated by its previous owner, but Hayeem also updated the house, adding a roof deck and the pool.
The eight-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom house features a three-story wall of floor-to-ceiling windows on its rear facade and is equipped with six-zone central air conditioning; a full security system, including four cameras and a recording system; a smart home automation system that controls the lights and electronics; and radiant heated floors.
In addition to the pool, the basement also consists of a steam room, a gym, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, a laundry room, a full bathroom, storage space, and the control closet.
A landscaped garden with an outdoor kitchen, a roof deck with a hot tub, and a terrace connected to the master bedroom make up approximately 1,500 square feet of outdoor space.
The listing at 109 Waverly Place is held by Rachel A. Glazer and Meria Lavin of Brown Harris Stevens.
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