Located in one of the last remaining, truly charming cobblestoned neighborhoods in New York City, this landmarked four bedroom townhouse at 69 Gold Street in Vinegar Hill was meticulously restored from top to bottom on both the interior and exterior of the house. Originally a liquor store in the 1840s, the exterior was restored to replicate the original storefront and complement neighborhood as it is today. The open riser wood and steel staircase running through the center of the home unifies the tiny floor plates, coupled with an open loft-like layout, it presents the illusion of a larger interior. Contemporary furnishings mixed with natural finishes and craftsman details, allows anyone to feel at home in this quaint, one-of-a-kind home. Additionally, a separate two-story Carriage house is attached to the main house which functions as a large, two-bedroom guest apartment. The roof deck above offers a quiet and peaceful outdoor extension of the owner’s living space.