From the wide-plank oak floors to the sleek contemporary kitchen and exposed brick walls, this two-bedroom loft in a former textile merchant’s building at 40 Walker Street looks like it could be the perfect bachelor pad, as long as the smooth operator in residence is willing to fork over $9,995 a month for the Tribeca condo.
The super-trendy loft look of dark chocolate-toned floors, luxe decor and rich detail awaits behind the classic Italianate buildng’s cast iron facade. Exposed brick and tin ceilings are both expected and compelling.
Clean white walls and recessed lighting frame a sleek contemporary kitchen within the open living space. High-end culinary tools include an oversized chef’s sink by Blanco, a Sub-Zero fridge, a Bosch convection oven and gas cooktop with a Gaggenau hood and a wine fridge set in dark stained oak cabinetry and white custom-cut Corian countertops.
The loft’s two baths include a master with a concrete vanity counter, a steam shower, Zuma tub, Toto toilet, and slate gray stone floors. The master bedroom has a feature that would please any well-dressed boy- or girl-about-town: a massive walk-through closet that’s easily accessible from the bedroom and bath.
The second bedroom is small but cute with the same bright white walls and exposed brick found throughout the space.
Additional perks include a cyber doorman and keyed elevator access, central heating and air-conditioning, a Bosch washer/dryer, and large storage unit in the basement.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca