Full-floor ~3,200-square foot loft in prime Historic SoHo, at the cast-iron keyed-elevator building, 41 Greene Street.
With high ceilings and 10 oversized windows facing both east and west, the loft enjoys wonderful light and a perfect SoHo exposure, surrounded by fellow Cast-Iron Historic District buildings on this cobblestone block of Greene Street.
A key-locked elevator opens to the enormous living and dining area with open chef's kitchen. Designed by the award-winning 1100 Architects, the loft features naturally-finished end-grain fir floors and beech paneling for the walls and numerous smartly-integrated built-ins throughout.
The open chef's kitchen features a Viking range top, a double Gaggenau oven, a dual Fisher & Paykal dishwasher, and an adjacent wine cooler
The large master suite's bathroom has an open shower, soaking tub, and double-vanity sink. Custom closets feature throughout. The second bedroom is large and can function with great flexibility in usage. The loft also has a well-proportioned second full bathroom.
The loft has a large laundry and utility room with additional shelving, central air conditioning, and an alarm system.
41 Greene Street is a quintessential SoHo loft building built in 1910. On one of the most central blocks of the SoHo Cast-Iron Historic District, it is surrounded by the neighborhood's world-famous arts, culture, shopping, and dining. The building is proximate to all Manhattan Subway lines.
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