Welcome home to this gorgeous, bright, corner loft, situated on the corner of Broadway and Great Jones Street. Designed by Frederick C. Browne and completed in 1904, this 12-story Renaissance Revival building boasts a luxurious facade and is a designated New York City Landmark.
Featuring a grand-scale entertaining space with 10’2″ ceilings, the loft has expansive, open city views from 19 oversized and meticulously preserved wood-framed windows.
The custom kitchen is open to the entertaining area and features deep granite countertops, abundant custom curly cherry cabinetry, and top-of-the-line appliances including a Viking stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Miele dishwasher, and two Wolf ovens.
The cozy brick wood-burning fireplace is nestled directly beside the kitchen.
The primary bedroom is positioned in the corner for maximum comfort and privacy with eastern and southern exposures.
Both bathrooms have been recently renovated with radiant-heated floors, imported marble and tile, blue Macuba quartz in the primary bath, Kohler sinks, waterfall showers, and heated towel racks.
Additional features of the home include a laundry room with a full-size washer and dryer, custom lighting on dimmers throughout, upgraded plumbing and electric, an abundance of generously sized closets, and basement storage.
This prime location in the heart of the NoHo Historic District offers some of the city’s best restaurants, shopping, and all major subway lines right outside your door. Enjoy luxurious space, comfort, southern light, and maximum convenience from all the best that Downtown Manhattan has to offer!
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