This one-bedroom condo at 354 Bowery in Noho has mastered the art of combining indoor and outdoor space. A long exposed brick wall not only anchors the apartment but leads to a 35-foot-long private terrace in the back of the unit. The result is a striking living space that gives the railroad apartment a good look.
You enter in the middle of the apartment, with the bedroom on one side and the open kitchen and living room to the other. From the kitchen, you’re able to see all the way out onto the terrace.
Despite the lofty, laid-back vibe of the apartment, the kitchen is no laughing matter. It’s been outfitted with a Gaggenau stove, Miele dishwasher and Bosch refrigerator–appliances worthy of a chef. The massive center island holds concealed storage space.
The exposed brick, high ceilings and bleached floors all highlight the spacious, bright room. It’s getting tons of light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling, bi-fold glass doors that allow for an unimpeded flow to the terrace.
You’ve got plenty of space back there to get creative… you’ll have until next summer to transform it into something special.
The master bedroom, on the other side of the apartment, has oversized, east-facing, triple-paned windows and a big dressing area. The en suite bathroom boasts even more exposed brick, alongside a marble dual-sink vanity, claw foot tub and walk-in glass shower. To top it all off is a chandelier hanging above the tub.
According to the listing, 354 Bowery is a small boutique condo with just four units. Its NoHo location puts the apartment in nice proximity to the East Village, Greenwich Village and Nolita.
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Neighborhoods : Noho