Photo credit: Travis Mark courtesy of Compass
Asking $3.15 million, this floor-through loft in a beautiful old Lower Manhattan building has the look of a timeless residence in a changing city. More ornate than most and definitely a standout on its block, 42 Ann Street is a landmarked 19th-century commercial building with only seven condominium units within. Spanning 2,700 square feet, the two-bedroom condo has been recently renovated with artfully-designed spaces and luxurious fixtures and finishes.
The building elevator opens directly into this floor-through home. A large foyer opens into a massive grand salon with soaring barrel-vaulted ceilings. Framing the room is a stunning floor-to-ceiling Palladian window.
The flexible home–at least one or two more sleeping areas could be created–is divided into several areas that are perfectly suited for entertaining, eating, and relaxing. Cooking is covered by a large gourmet kitchen that’s right where it should be–at the center of the home.
The private quarters invite tranquility on the northern end of the loft. An oversized master suite has generous closet space and an understated-but-luxurious bath with marble-clad floors and walls.
Finishes and wall colors reflect a talent for tasteful, on-trend design–like the elegant Fornasetti cloud wallpaper in a reading nook. A second bedroom is master-bedroom-sized. A flex space houses a laundry area and a third sleeping space. Additional features throughout the home include central air, hardwood floors, a Crestron smart home control system, top-of-the-line appliances, custom millwork, and plenty of storage.
This boutique condominium building has a grand lobby and a virtual doorman and is close to most major subway lines.
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Photo credit: Travis Mark, courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Financial District