Domino's former creative director Sara Ruffin Costello and her husband, interiors and fashion photographer Paul Costello, have put their historic West Village, NY townhouse on the market for nearly $13 million. The building is a four-story, Federal-style brick townhouse that was built in 1850 and has been converted into a single-family home and meticulously renovated.
It features five bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a basement guest apartment/office, a landscaped rear garden, and a rooftop terrace. The terrace has a pool house with kitchen, mini fridge, full dishwasher and sink, built-in wraparound benches and Redwood spa, Wisteria-covered Japanese pergola, fully-grown grape vines, hydrangea, roses, and honeysuckle. Can you say fah-bulous?
The place is so gorgeous, the Costellos' kitchen actually made it into the pages of Domino: The Book of Decorating. It's been decorated in a sophisticated and quite livable manner — that's really what Domino was all about, wasn't it? The first floor has fantastic parquet flooring and a nice, calm palette. You'll also see plenty of on-trend shelter mag staples like the Mooi Random Light, Sapien bookcase, For Like Ever poster, Suzanis, a Captain's mirror, etc.
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