A Greek Revival townhouse in Greenwich Village, this eight-bedroom property has a striking facade with stylish interiors to match. The six-story home was designed by architect Wayne Turett to draw in optimum light through features such as the skylit staircase, glass-enclosed skylit lap pool, and the floor-to-ceiling windows of the garden floor. Here the interior opens out onto a landscaped yard complete with outdoor kitchen. State-of-the-art upgrades abound, including heated floors, top-of-the-line appliances, a home gym and a steam room. An elevator has been fitted to transport you between each of the six stories, from the lower level’s wine cellar to the top floor’s light-flooded home office. The crowning touch is the property’s panoramic roof deck, from which you can see the Jefferson Market clock tower and the Chrysler Building while soaking in a hot tub.