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Stretch your legs in this sprawling 4000SF classic TriBeCa loft. Originally built in 1880 as a commercial sewing factory, this building features a 50-foot south facing frontage adorned with custom milled, energy efficient windows. Constructed with original wood infrastructure and brick walls, the building boasts temperature retention and sound attenuation. Upon conversion, the loft was restored maintaining as much of the original details possible. Original wood beams were sandblasted, back-filled with resin, and coated with varnish to provide a finished look. Also on display, an original steel wheel from the old freight elevator remains hung on the exposed brick wall. The home also features a fully integrated A/V system with speakers in every room.
This 50-foot wide loft is also finished with custom-milled 10" wide hickory flooring which was hand sourced from North Carolina specially selected for its resemblance to original flooring, hard composition, and durability to temperature and light. Each window, custom built, weighs in at 450-pounds and is constructed of solid Mahogany along with energy efficient, double pane glass. With ceiling heights of 11-feet, the home has a loft feeling perfect for displaying artwork.
Move down the central corridor of the apartment and step into the Chefs kitchen. Every detail has been hand sourced and selected from different parts of the world and features the highest grade of appliances. Features include, imported Italian Blue Pearl Granite counter tops, custom milled exotic Liptus wood cabinets, Wolff range along with Miele appliances, and a custom made Zinc hood made by Bastille Metal Works.
Off the centrally located family room are 5 generously proportioned bedrooms, each outfitted with a custom closet. The master suite includes a king size bedroom, tremendous walk in closet, dressing area, and master bathroom adorned with Limestone floors, custom vanity, and luxurious rain shower.
With spacious size, luxurious appointments, sprawling south facing frontage, and windows on three sides, this home is perfect for anyone looking for a classic Tribeca Loft. Inquire now for more information or to schedule a private viewing.
This is a Pre-war Loft home located in Tribeca, New York, NY. This home has 4,017 sqft with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and was built in 1880.
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Recently ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s most expensive zip codes to live in, 'TriBeCa' is the neighborhood of choice for those who can afford to live here. Naturally, Tribeca real estate is in high demand as it features a mixture of luxury apartment condos, renovated lofts, and walk-ups, many with stunning riverfront views.