This FiDi duplex was designed to impress. Location within a historic brick townhouse at 150 Beekman Street, the interior of the apartment has been completely modernized. You might say the apartment offers the best of both worlds: cobblestone streets and a historic facade, as well as a modern, open layout with luxury finishes throughout the interior. For five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,232 square feet, it is now asking $5.795 million.
The elevator exits directly onto the second floor of the apartment. The entry hall, which is probably the size of some NYC studios, is lined with a grand total of four custom wood closets. Throughout, you’ve got large south and west-facing windows, ceilings up to 11-feet tall, and an “open flowing” layout.
A living/dining room, with its own historic fireplace and red oak hardwood floors, is located on this top floor. That’s adjacent to a kitchen complete with custom marble countertops, tilework, tons of cabinetry and Sub-Zero and Viking appliances. There’s also a home office up here.
The master bedroom, also on the top floor, has a walk-in closet to drool over. The master also boasts herringbone pattered oak floors, a wood-burning fireplace, customized built-ins and an ensuite bathroom.
There’s a second bedroom–adjacent to the kitchen–on the top floor. Then, a red oak and steel staircase adorned with brass handrails will lead you down to the first floor which holds the three additional bedrooms. One, according to the listing, has its own fireplace and is large enough to be used as a family room, den or media room.
Other perks to this gracious pad: custom-fitted closets throughout, a washer-dryer, individually-controlled HVAC for personalized climate control, and a private bike/stroller storage room next to the apartment.
And right outside is the lovely cobblestone streets of the historic Financial District. The building, which is in within walking distance of the 2, 3, 4, 5, J, Z, R and PATH trains (what a list!), may be old but it has a newly renovated lobby. Check out the gallery for the apartment’s floorplan.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Financial District