And here I thought my house had some pretty special architectural details. This Park Slope townhouse was designed by Tamara Eaton, and WOW how I am envious that she was a part of this. I would have had a minor stroke just walking in the door and seeing this absolutely incredible woodwork (for the low price of $2.695 million says this New York Times feature). The Times quoted owner Christina Anderson: I love wallpaper, tufted furniture, nail heads, chandeliers, all that Hollywood glamour. We had a very modern house in Manhattan Beach, and the question was how to fit our mod stuff into a Victorian house. The mix of new with flea market finds with some glamorous light fixtures makes this home not so traditional and adds a youthful spark. My dream home. (Photos: Bruce Buck for the NY Times and Tamara’s portfolio)
Beautiful woodwork, looks like a palace. Could be a dreamhouse!
Michelle Shantz says:
WOW!! I am in love!! So much character, that bathroom is a dream!!