This summer, Heidi Klum is raising the temperature in New York City by moving into a new rental home for a short period in the West Village. The German supermodel is renting the five-story townhouse at 400 West St. for $70,000 a month. Just a stone’s throw from the Hudson River, the Novogratz townhouse was designed by Bob and Cortney Novogratz of HGTV’s “ Home by Novogratz.” The beautifully done up home boasts of an exquisite rooftop terrace with a large teak wood hot tub, an outdoor TV, a wood-burning fireplace, and a fully-equipped kitchen covered by an electric awning.The one-of-a-kind, exclusive townhouse is complete with a wood-burning pizza oven, gas barbecue, refrigerator, wine cooler, ice maker and beer tap for seamless entertaining. Klum will spend the summer in the large house that comprises of five bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The third floor comprises of a master suite while the fourth and fifth floors include two bedrooms, one on each level. The living room’s glass garage door opens onto a large terraced landscaped outdoor space of stone and glass. The 7,180 ft² townhouse also comes with a basketball court, a screening room and even a private garage which not only provides parking convenience but is a work of art in itself-clad in a distinct mural of blue hues by famed artist Richard Woods.Listed with brokers Susan Green and Dana Power of Town Residential, the property is also available for sale, asking $17.95 million.NY Daily And Street Easy
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