104 Wooster Street, Residence 2N *SOLD*

Ready to fall in love with Manhattan? It's time to set your sights on this perfect, romantic 1891 loft.

Located on one of Soho's most desirable blocks, residence 2N at 104 Wooster Street is the modern classic loft you've been dreaming of. Spanning 3,093 square feet, this extraordinary home interprets modern Manhattan living without sacrificing the loft's original details and charm.

A private key-locked elevator opens directly into the loft where you are greeted by a sprawling living room measuring 38' 10" x 30'. Original 13' beamed ceilings and cast iron columns showcase the brilliance of famed architects DeLemos and Cordes when the building was designed in 1891. A gas fireplace flanked by double hung windows fitted with custom wood shutters flood this quintessential loft with warmth and natural light. The dining area sits adjacent to the open chef's kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking range and Bosch dishwasher providing the space with a lovely flow and an ideal atmosphere for entertaining, while the center island provides a casual seating area, extra storage and a wine refrigerator. The pin-drop quiet primary bedroom suite features soaring ceiling height and a five fixture en-suite bathroom complete with custom built-ins and three oversized closets. The second and third bedrooms are split by a full bathroom with soaking tub, and the separate laundry room completes this pristine gem of a loft.

Monthly Taxes: $2741. Monthly Common Charge: $2337

104 Wooster is an eight-unit boutique condo with a part-time doorman located between Prince and Spring Street. A private storage cage conveys with the unit. The B/D/F/M, C/E, N/R, and 6 trains all stop within a four-block walk, providing easy access to all that New York City has to offer.

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  • Classic Soho Loft
  • Renovated
  • 13' Ceilings
  • Prime Location
  1. Address
    104 Wooster Street, #2N, New York, NY, USA
  2. Price
  3. Location
    New York
  4. Neighborhood
  5. Type
  6. Architect
    DeLemos and Cordes, circa 1891

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