Daily Dream Home: NY Loft

Daily Dream Home: NY Loft

This mint and meticulously renovated 3,600 square foot full-floor loft is custom-designed by the world-renowned Leopoldo Rosati, and is guaranteed to elevate your senses with grand scaled rooms, soaring ceilings, and superb luxury finishes throughout. From the moment you step off the key-locked elevator, you know you’ve arrived somewhere special.

A wide entrance foyer leads to a breathtaking lving room with 13-foot ceilings, wide plank Siberian oak floors, a dramatic gas fireplace, and open views of the neighboring landmarked district from enormous mahogany-framed windows.

Walls of exposed brick and smooth Venetian plaster provide the perfect backdrop for your art collection, while built-in wine storage, a 75-inch flat panel TV, and surround sound speakers allow for the ultimate entertaining experience.

The gorgeous state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen is discreetly tucked away and is beautifully appointed with deep stone countertops, endless custom cabinetry, and top-of-the-line Miele, Subzero and Wolfe appliances.

Nearby, a long hallway lined with custom closets separates the public from private areas of the home, and leads to 4 bedrooms and 3 beautifully renovated bathrooms. The enormous Master Bedroom suite is a loft unto itself featuring a separate sitting area with custom-milled cabinetry, a large fitted dressing room, and a stunning spa-quality bathroom replete with double sinks, abundant storage cabinets, a deep soaking tub, and a glass-enclosed rain shower with dual entrances.

The building was built in 1874 and was converted to a boutique 4-unit luxury condominium in 2012. It is distinguished by its restored 19th-century limestone facade, and features a part-time doorman/concierge, 24-hour virtual doorman, video intercom security, a fully equipped fitness room, bike room, and a large private locked storage room. It is listed for $7.495 million with Halstead Real Estate and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.

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