On the seventh floor of a Noho loft building at 46 Great Jones Street overlooking the fashionable neighborhood’s cobblestone streets, this 2,000 square-foot loft-lover’s dream of a co-op contains plenty of loft details and just enough dazzle to appeal to buyers of a $3.5 million properties in 21st-century Manhattan. Celebrity cachet is included: 6sqft just reported that Sheryl Crow’s super-cool loft in the same building just sold for $2.72 million.
Among those classic loft details is a sprawling open studio separated by Atlas Industry sliding glass doors. An additional lofty living area boasts massive skylights and three exposures. On the luxury end, Italian Quartzite stone and hardwood floors can be found throughout.
An open kitchen is a nice version of the loft-style kitchen that so may high-style kitchens emulate today; on the luxury side, there are Poggenpohl cabinets, Liebherr refrigerators, a Thermador stove and Miele appliances.
The home currently contains two bedrooms, but according to the listing it can be easily reconfigured to accommodate as many as four. The loft’s one bath looks suitable for family living or luxury indulgence, with a a big soaking tub, plenty of sun and a washer/dryer.
With 2,000 square feet of space, the home’s current owners have carved out custom spaces for living, including what looks like a serious lending library. Keeping things running smoothly are central air conditioning, a manual elevator and basement storage. For future expansion there’s undeveloped roof space; maintenance is a low $1,350 including taxes.
[Listing: 46 Great Jones Street, Top floor by Timothy Bascom for Bascom Real Estate]
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Images courtesy of Bascom Real Estate.
Neighborhoods : Noho