The sprawling 3,200-square-foot loft at 377 West 11th Street has just sold for asking, according to city records. Apartment 1A is currently configured as a 3BR/2BA loft, but one of the bedrooms can be a guest bedroom or study, depending on what the new owner desires. The $3.45 million airy loft is accented by glazed glass throughout, making for an even more light-filled space. This architect-designed co-op doesn’t do anything halfway, with a spectacular foyer greeting you and ushering you into a living/dining room with 15-foot ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and custom bookshelves. And we’re not talking just a few books, here. Get out your library card because these bookshelves have their own second story.
There’s a large chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, including a 40-bottle, temperature-controlled wine fridge. A center island opens the kitchen up to the rest of the entertaining space so the new owner can watch her guests ooh and ahh over her splendid new pad (and make sure no one’s kids are trying any insane acrobatics off that bookshelf staircase).
A wide hallway separates the entertainment space from two guest bedrooms, both with translucent industrial sliding doors and a renovated bath. But the space that needs no introduction gets a big one anyway–and yes, we’re talking about the master suite.
According to the listing, a “sculptural steel staircase” leads to the expansive master suite. And if you don’t believe in judging a book by its cover, think again, because the master suite offers more than just a grand entrance. Inside, there’s a giant walk-in closet that could find a tenant for $600/month rent, easily; and a bathroom framed by glass panels. Features in the bathroom include a deep soaking tub, and a Bisazza-tiled shower.
We don’t know a whole lot about the new owner other than that she’s moving from West 4th Street so she’ll be very familiar with the West Village and its fine restaurants and shops. We imagine she’ll be even happier to be that much closer to the Hudson Waterfront Park, and when she comes home from a long day in the sun, spent gazing at the water, she’ll surely enjoy the quiet, spacious loft, and all the privacy it has to offer.
[Listing: 377 West 11th Street by Halstead Property]
Photos courtesy of Halstead
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Neighborhoods : West Village