This full-floor, pre-war Tribeca loft condominium is truly, as the listing implies, a warm and stylish exception in a sea of fabulous but frosty new developments. Asking $3.095 million, the spacious 1,835-square-foot home at 42 White Street is more civilized than the average loft, though more laid-back than the average townhouse, and currently has enough books and art to satisfy an entire generation of culture-hungry New Yorkers.
Inside an iconic Neo-Grec 1835-era building, a key-locked elevator enters directly onto your private floor where oversized windows mean endless light and historic neighborhood views.
Framed by 12-foot+ ceilings and lovely oak floors an open kitchen features a vented Garland stove.
Among the apartment’s standout additions is a massive custom bookshelf any bookworm would envy.
Bedrooms and baths are tranquil enough to conjure a time before the neighborhood attracted a steady stream of celebrities. Additional conveniences include a rare-for-the-city laundry room, large closets, and central A/C.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca