$2 Million Loft in Historic Robbins & Appleton Building Returns to the Market

Posted On Fri, October 10, 2014 By

Posted On Fri, October 10, 2014 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Greenwich Village, Interiors, Noho

Is this a case of buyer’s remorse? Just nine months after selling for $1.925 million, apartment 2D at 1 Bond Street has found its way back on the market, this time asking $2.195 million. The 1,205-square-foot unit is a modern take on a classic loft with tall beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls, brand new oak hardwoods, and original cast-iron columns. Add to that, a strategic layout that makes the most of the natural light flooding in from the space’s four oversized windows, and you have a luminous haven in a prime location.

1 Bond St #2D, Robbins & Appleton Building, Stephen Decatur Hatch

Most of the space is open, with a large kitchen, living room, and dining room setting the tone immediately upon entry. The gourmet kitchen is refinished with high-end appliances and stainless steel and walnut cabinetry. There’s also a wine cooler and rack in the new oversized island.

1 Bond St #2D, Robbins & Appleton Building, Stephen Decatur Hatch

The master has walk-in closets and an en suite with a rain shower and a separate Jacuzzi soaking tub. The current layout has a second sleeping area or office space, and there’s plenty of space to build a third sleeping area.

1 Bond St #2D, Robbins & Appleton Building, Stephen Decatur Hatch

The historic Robbins & Appleton Building was designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch, and was originally a factory for manufacturing watch cases. Built in 1879, the Second Empire-style landmark features a cast-iron façade and a mansard roof. It’s location on the quaint cobblestone streets of Bond Street enhance its old-world appeal.

[Listing: 1 Bond St #2D by Kristin A. Thomas and Caitlin Pearlman of Trump Internation Realty]

[via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Trump International

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