Loft-like Tribeca two-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom residence with extra home office and ~40 feet of Hudson River views at the highly sought-after 250 West Street Condominium. With soaring 10-foot ceilings and luxurious finishes, this is Tribeca living at its finest. Pet-friendly.
The large living room is perfect for entertaining, with large, arched windows and picture-perfect sunsets over the Hudson River. The open-plan living room leads to a modern and sleek kitchen featuring top-of-the-line appliances, including Sub-Zero and Bosch, imported glass-tile backsplash, white quartz countertops, and Poggenpohl cabinetry.
Both bedrooms have Hudson River views, as well, and incredible light. The gracious master suite features a custom walk-in closet, marble-clad master bathroom with walk-in shower, a six-foot Catalina soaking tub, and porcelain sinks. The second bedroom is sizable, with an en-suite bathroom.
An oversize extra room makes for a perfect office, den, playroom, or home gym.
A quintessential Tribeca loft building originally built in 1906, 250 West Street was reimagined and converted into condominiums in 2014. The building has a 24-hour doorperson and many impressive amenities, including a fitness center, children's playroom, library, 61-foot swimming pool, sauna, and 5,000 square-foot common roof terrace with panoramic views, sundeck, lounge and dining area. There is a capital assessment of $197.00.
Located on West and Hubert Streets in the landmarked Tribeca North Historic District, the building fronts the Hudson River Park (including Piers 25 and 26) and is surrounded by the world-famous restaurants, shopping, and other amenities that have made Tribeca one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods. The building is proximate to the New York City Subway A/C/E and 1 Lines.
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