$3M Tribeca Loft Boasts Gorgeous Brick Arches

Posted On Thu, March 12, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, March 12, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Tribeca

There’s a new loft available at 35 Vestry Street that literally oozes New York character while having just the right amount of polish to still be a luxury pad. The full-floor loft is described as a “2.5-bedroom” because it has two bedrooms and a section that could serve as a nursery or an office, as well as a modern kitchen and a closet straight out of Carrie Bradshaw’s dreams. Now if only we can scrape up the $2.995 million for it and still make it to daily brunch with our girlfriends…

35 Vestry Street, exposed brick archways, closet space and storage, cobblestone streets

A private, key-locked elevator takes you directly into the living room, which features hardwood radiant heated floors that continue throughout, beamed ceilings, oversized windows, and jaw-dropping exposed brick arches. The archway creates a little separate nook, which we imagine is the space for the home office/half bedroom (because it better not be that closet). Off the living room, there’s a dining area and a modern kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances, white cabinetry, and an island with a bar.

35 Vestry Street, exposed brick archways, closet space and storage, cobblestone streets

Behind the kitchen, the sleeping area puts its best foot forward with an immediate introduction to the closet. For a New Yorker, this is the definition of heaven. In fact, that chandelier looks like a halo for a reason. And the laundry room is right next door. In the back are two bedrooms, each with adjoining bathrooms. The master has yet another walk-in closet and a third smaller closet, along with a pretty sleek and stylish en suite bathroom.

35 Vestry Street, exposed brick archways, closet space and storage, cobblestone streets

Vestry Street is a sought-after cobblestone street in Tribeca, right near the Hudson River. 35 Vestry Street is a charming boutique condominium originally built in 1915 and converted into condos in 2000. Residents enjoy a video intercom; central air; and for those who weren’t impressed with that closet, more storage in the basement.

[Listing: 35 Vestry Street #3FL by Coco Dorneanu and Alessandra DeLaCruz of Corcoran Group]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Tribeca

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