Rarely Available Classic Soho Loft with 12' Ceilings Offered at $2,945,000 - Under $1,000 Per Square Foot!
At approximately 3,000', this classic loft presents the rare opportunity to create your dream home, or to revel in the authentic vibe of a culinary lover's dream, in an open Soho loft teeming with classic detail, replete with 12' ceilings and flooded with light. Accessed by a keyed elevator to a private vestibule, the loft features ceilings adorned with the original tin, hardwood floors throughout, and central AC in the main living area. The Eastern exposure greets the morning with natural light in the living room from new over-sized windows, while the Western exposure bathes the master bedroom in sumptuous afternoon light.
Currently configured as a one bedroom with a private master bedroom suite accompanied by a luxurious master bath as well as a powder room, the space offers the possibility of 2 bedrooms as well as an additional bathroom, while the current layout includes a home office adorned with reclaimed wood beam columns and custom sliding barn doors.
The piece-de-resistance is the chef's kitchen at the heart of this lovely home created by a culinary industry professional. There are two of each of the high-end appliances, including two Subzero refrigerators and freezers, and two Thermador ranges. Bountiful custom cabinetry and vast counter space complete this chef's dream kitchen. The great room leads to a burl wood professional butler's pantry equipped with a utility sink and plenty of storage. The powder room and laundry are just around the corner, and lead to the private master bedroom suite. The pin-drop quiet, private master bedroom suite currently encompasses the entire western side of the loft and features three large over-sized windows, generous closet space, exposed brick walls, and space for a lounge/library. Last but not least, the glamorous spa-inspired master bath includes a vanity, and a large soaking tub with jets.
515 Broadway was constructed in 1884 for commercial manufacturing and converted to residential live/work status in 1978. This landmark 19th century cast iron beauty is perfectly situated near all major modes of transportation and is surrounded by the best shopping, dining, and galleries in Manhattan.
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