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For the first time this approximately 4000sqft full floor home has come on the market in The Ice House Condominium! Apartment 7CD offers a unique layout to the building, architecturally designed to create loft living at its finest with incredible scale and volume. Soaring 11'4 vaulted ceilings and walls of over-sized windows on 3 exposures present an impressive backdrop to this magnificent home. The elevator opens directly into a grand foyer which leads to an expansive 51'3" by 17'8" corner living and dining room with 11 over-sized windows encompassing this dazzling entertaining space. With open city views from north and east exposures, the apartment is bathed in natural sunlight while remaining tranquil and quiet from the hassle and bustle below. The open bespoke kitchen has stainless and white lacquer cabinets, Miele appliances, dual full size Subzero refrigerators and freezers and a hood that vents to the outside. The large floating island with 3" thick white glass counter tops houses the sink with garbage disposal. Off the kitchen is a den/library/children's play room with built in cabinetry and beautiful floor to ceiling blackened steel and privacy glass pocket doors that seamlessly divide it from the rest of the living space. The master suite is private off its own hall with two walk in closets and a 5 fixture spa bathroom. On the other side of the apartment, off the grand foyer, you will be pleasantly surprised to find a proper mud room with incredible storage and hanging space. Continue down the hall to an office with day bed and the two additional bedrooms and two hall baths. There is also a separate laundry room with vented dryer, a 2nd powder room (one on either side of the apartment) and incredible closet space.
This is a Pre-war Loft home located in Tribeca, New York, NY. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and was built in 1905.
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.