A walk down 13th Street between Broadway and University Place may seem a bit uneventful in the way of architectural standouts. However, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to encounter this hidden gem at 60 East 13th Street. The handsome condominium conversion has more to offer than just a pleasantly painted façade and strong lighting. Inside it houses a stunning architectural dream of a loft, now available for $4,395,000.
You won’t have to wait for the “wow” moment in this 1,875-square-foot renovated condo. The prewar pad puts its best foot forward immediately upon entrance, with soaring, 19-foot, beamed ceilings punctuated by a massive skylight. The industrial chef’s kitchen–with granite countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, and glass backsplash–opens to the living room.
The sleeping quarters consist of three bedrooms, each with substantial closet space. Interestingly enough, the most noteworthy bedroom isn’t the master suite. Rather, it’s the bedroom directly behind the kitchen, which stuns with custom steel and glass sliding doors. Inside, the room continues to awe, with tin ceilings accented by yet another skylight, and a staircase to the loft’s second floor, which has a study and a cool hidden storage room, cleverly concealed behind two moving bookcases.
60 East 13th Street is an elevator condominium right in the heart of the Village. Additional perks include central air, laundry, and a Creston System to control sound, lighting, and the electronic shades. Positioned just steps from Union Square, this beautiful loft puts everything from the Max Brenner to DSW practically within arm’s reach.
[Listing: 60 East 13th Street #4W by Stephanie Kanner and Jonathan Charnas of Fox Residential Group]
Photos courtesy of Fox Residential Group
Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group
Tags : 60 East 13th Street, beamed ceiling, chef’s kitchen, glass backsplash, hidden room, industrial kitchen, loft conversion, lofted study, skylit apartment, sliding doors, tin ceiling
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village