$1.25M Village loft in the Cast Iron Building has private outdoor space and amenities

Posted On Fri, January 10, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, January 10, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Greenwich Village

Photo credit: Rich Caplan courtesy of Compass.

The classic Greenwich Village residence known as the Cast Iron Building at 67 East 11th Street is every bit the downtown loft its name implies. In addition, it’s a doorman building with luxury amenities. Asking $1.25 million, this dramatic pre-war duplex co-op has the 15-foot ceilings loft-lovers crave, plus private outdoor space in the form of a 100-square-foot terrace–a rare perk in a loft.

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The loft’s lower (main) level offers a large living room with drama in all directions. Custom iron stairs lead to the loft, and floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the terrace.

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67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

An open loft-style gourmet kitchen is warmed by wood cabinetry. Massive steel-framed sliding windows open to a terrace that’s big enough for a garden and perfect for morning coffee. On the main level, you’ll also find spa-like bath with radiant floor heating and a huge walk-in closet.

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67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

67 east 11th street, cool listings, greenwich village, lofts, cast iron building

The lofted upper level is home to the generous sleeping area. Though the space is open to the room below, it’s blessed with decent ceiling height.  There’s a spacious walk-in closet on the home’s upper level as well.

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The Cast Iron Building features 24-hour doorman service, a full-time super and staff, a laundry room, a bike room, private storage lockers, and a landscaped roof deck. Built in 1868, it was one of the city’s first loft conversions. In a location at the crossroads between Union Square, Greenwich Village, and the East Village, it remains an icon of downtown Manhattan living.

[Listing: 67 East 11th Street, Unit 306 by Martin Eiden and James Russo for Compass]

[At CityRealty]

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Photo credit: Rich Caplan courtesy of Compass.

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