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{on the market: manhattan townhouse}

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. . . shall always adore katie lee‘s ultra-chic four-story west village townhouse, famously decorated by nate berkus a million years ago, in 2006; first seen in domino magazine and still an all-time favourite, the 4000 sq ft home, which includes 3/4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 4 fireplaces, an elevator, a landscaped garden, matchbooked marble detailing, and antiqued gold-leafing,is now on the market, and it is always interesting to compare how the real estate listing shots, often taken wide angles, differ from the rich, more detailed shots published in magazines; and so, a glimpse . . .

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the living room, as it appeared in the real estate listing

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the living room, as it appeared in domino magazine

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the kitchen, as it appeared in the listing

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the kitchen, as shot for by paul costello for domino magazine

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the dining room, as it appeared in the listing

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the dining room, with katie lee, as shot for domino magazine

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the stunning gold-leafed dressing room, as it appeared in the listing

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the dressing room, as it appeared in town & country magazine

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the upstairs den, (cropped) as it appeared in the listing

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the den, as shot by paul costello for domino magazine

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the master bedroom, (cropped), as it appeared in the listing

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the master bedroom, as shot for nate berkus (from a previous post)

 

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top & above: the living room, as it appeared in the listing

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the living room, as shot by paul costello for nate berkus

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an all-time favourite shot: the living room, as it appeared in domino

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{p.s.} previous on the market features:
* a grand victorian, australia
* a swedish apartment

{images: prudential douglas elliman real estate, photography by paul costello for domino magazine, nate berkus, simply smitten, a previous post; discovered via haute design}

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