$3.6M Flatiron Loft Is Flooded With Light, Unique Details
A Flatiron loft at 141-145 West 17th Street in the Old Warren House apartment building has hit the market asking $3.625 million. Formerly a printing factory, the building now holds 12 upscale co-ops that still have features remaining from the building’s factory days. This particular unit is a bright floor-through apartment with plenty of space and light. And as the Daily News reports, the current owner is Ernest Alexander Sabine, “the fashion design guru credited with reinventing the man bag.”
Pre-war details include yellow pine columns, prominent oak ceiling beams, exposed brick and ten-foot ceilings. How beautiful are those pressed tin ceilings? Plenty of sunlight streams through to the interior, with exposures to the north and south.
The owners have added a sleek new kitchen space with modern cabinetry and a marble center island. The bathroom has also been modernized, but still retains some of the exposed brick.
The co-op also has tons of space. It takes up the full second floor of the building, spanning 2,500 square feet. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms total. Large, bright, lofty and unique: Do you think it’s worth its nearly $4 million price tag?
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