Amazing Duplex Loft in East Village [For Sale]


Walking through the bronze, windowed doors (formerly from a Philadelphia bank) into this peaceful Noho/East Village loft gives you the rare feeling of entering a special space. This home has been renovated with great care and an attention to detail that makes it truly unique. The apartment features six rooms with many rescued and re-purposed architectural artifacts and details. Price Tag: $3,250,000



On the main floor, this 2950 s.f. ground floor duplex loft offers 14′ brick barrel vaulted ceilings, a well-appointed cook’s kitchen with cherry red enameled cast iron stove, a huge slate-topped island and tons of storage behind zinc-clad cabinets. Designed with entertaining in mind, the “Great Room” and adjacent areas can entertain nearly 100 people.


A huge sky lighted guest room/office which is separated by four sets of 12′ vintage French mahogany shuttered double doors adds to the ambiance of the room. There is a powder-blue and black tiled full bath with an antique Chinese vanity, huge vintage ceramic tub and a chic glossy black chandelier. A small, private outdoor gardened area with a built-in mahogany bench flanked by quaint planters is one of many clever bonus touches.


Downstairs is an intimate residential cellar used as the master suite with a red lacquered floor, sliding industrial doors, unique exposed brick, stainless steel counter and decadent spa details. There is an enclosed laundry niche with vented washer/dryer. All this is being offered at an extremely competitive price.










25 East 4th Street is located in the desirable historic neighborhood of NOHO. The building is impeccably well run with good financials, a new roof, completed local law 11 work, solid mechanical and a refurbished lobby in process. Convenient transportation, incredible restaurants and numerous amenities are all within a block from the building.


Area: 2950 s.f.
Rooms: 6
Beds: 3
Bath: 2
Type: Coop

Residential: Sale
Price: $3,250,000
Maint./C.C.: $2815.00


More info at & NyTimes

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