Manhattan Socialite Lists Instagram-Worthy West Village Townhouse for $13M
To the outside world, 57 Bank Street is just one of many picturesque historic townhouses in the West Village. However, this five-story impeccably designed property has graced the pages of magazines like House and Garden, British Vogue, and W.
According to 6sqft, the Greek Revival single family home is owned by Anne McNally, a Vanity Fair contributor and the ex-wife of restaurateur Brian McNally. Her flair for fashion is evident throughout the house, with soft color palates and whimsical details. With an airy formal entrance and delicate parlor room, the exquisite home feels simultaneously grand, intimate, and fresh.
Sunlight pours in through floor-to-ceiling windows and French doors to create a warm atmosphere on every floor. The four-bedroom townhouse has three elegant terraces and a lush garden with charming outdoor seating.
McNally’s innate ability to create high fashion yet inviting spaces is what makes her West Village townhouse an absolute gem. Leslie Mason and Dexter Mason for Douglas Elliman are the agents for the listing.
The formal entrance greets guests with ample light and contrasts dark wood with white walls beautifully.
Pops of color move the eye around the room to continuously discover thoughtful details.
A charming parlor mixes traditional elegance with unexpected artwork to create a unique space for entertaining.
The townhouse's chef's kitchen combines sleek appliances like a wine refrigerator with soft colors to make the highly functional cooking space feel light and fresh.
A private garden with lush greenery is an oasis of tranquility in the bustling city.
Peeks of the garden are visible throughout the house thanks to floor-to-ceiling glass doors.
Lively prints and calming neutrals are staples in McNally's spacious bedrooms.