Photos of Sara Ruffin Costello's West Village Townhouse

Domino's Former Creative Director Sara Ruffin Costello Lists Her Chic West Village Townhouse

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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