$3M Gramercy loft in former brewery dons original wood ceilings and beams
Built in 1896, the Gramercy Park Habitat at 205 East 22nd Street is a former brewery with a ton of charm and original details including beamed ceilings and wooden columns. This three-bedroom loft in the condominium, currently listed for $3,149,000, is draped head-to-toe in this vintage woodwork and is also flooded with light from a wall of windows looking out onto one of the neighborhood’s most charming streets.
This loft has 1,797 square feet, beautiful 11-foot, wood-beamed ceilings, original Pinewood columns, and oversized windows. The living room has a built-in movie projection system and there are wired speakers throughout the apartment.
The open chef’s kitchen features cherry cabinetry, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a drinking water filtration system.
The stunning gas fireplaces located in the living room and master bedroom offer all the charm of fires with the flick of a switch. The master suite has his-and-her closets and a spacious bathroom with a two-person Jacuzzi and glass-enclosed shower.
The original three-bedroom layout has been modified to create a modern, open living plan with a flexible third bedroom/den, separated by custom floor to ceiling sliding glass panels.
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