These days, the word “loft” is thrown around in real estate for any space with an open floor plan or high ceilings, but if you’re searching for a true old-fashioned loft, then look no further than this $2.7 million Noho co-op at 33 Bleecker Street. A myriad of exposed brick walls, chunky wooden beamed ceilings and columns, wrap-around oversized windows, hardwood maple floors and an expansive layout make this two-bedroom apartment the ultimate in downtown loft living.
Though most of the residence is entirely open, the solid pecan beams and columns offer some definition of space. If the loads of brick doesn’t warm up the home enough, a wood-burning fireplace in the living room will certainly do the trick. The open kitchen features stainless steel appliances, an Italian ceramic tile backsplash, and an island workspace with storage.
Both bedrooms are bright and sunny with more exposed brick, and there’s also a bonus room that could be an office or media room, but currently serves as a soundproof musician’s studio. Interested parties can check the home out in person this Sunday for an open house.
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Neighborhoods : Noho